After the defensive errors against Hibernian and Glasgow Rangers , no Arsenal fan wants to see more errors especially as Arsenal fans are resigned to watching their foundering team compete only in the domestic scene come 2021/22 season, no thanks to their poor performance in the first half of last season which contributed hugely to their poor positioning at the end of 2020/21 EPL season.
To watch Arsenal concede cheaply again because of Mohammed Elneni's error not only gives Arsenal fans concern but fear.. Young striker, Eddieh Nketiah had put Arsenal 1-0 up with a brilliant goal only for Arteta's men to gift Watford a cheap equalize.. Arsenal fans as usual expressed their rage at the latest mistake from their side in diverse ways with many asking questions begging for answers ahead of what should be a defining season. Araenal though eventually prevailed 4-1 but the manner they keep gifting opponents cheap goals are of immense concern to their fans ahead of 2021/22 English Premier league season. Their fear is huge because Arsenal are not looking like a contender yet.
Story by Ibrozano Adams.
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