An intense game of football went down in the UEFA Europa League today when Sporting Lisbon hosted Arsenal at the Jose Alvalade Stadium on Thursday evening. It was indeed a tightly contested encounter between both sides as they had to settle for an entertaining 2-2 draw courtesy of goals from William Sailba, Goncalo Inacio, Paulinho, and Hidemasa Morita (Own Goal).
Well, Jakub Kiwor finally made his long-awaited debut for Arsenal in today's match as he put up an unconvincing performance against Sporting Lisbon. The Polish International was one of Arsenal's worst players in the game if not the worst as he barely contributed to the team's performance defensively. The 23-year-old was indeed a weak link in Arsenal's backline as he made William Sailba do most of the defensive job against the Portuguese side.
Well, it is safe to say that his awful performance for Arsenal in this game explains why he will struggle to see regular playing time at the club this season. Jakub Kiwor didn't show any positives in his performance for Arsenal in this game which was very disappointing. He played like an average player in the encounter and average players don't deserve frequent playing time in a top club like Arsenal.
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