Despite putting up a good performance, Arsenal were defeated by Manchester City at the Etihad stadium and fans have a lot to say about the defeat.
Arsenal were unable to come back into the game after a wonderful goal scored by Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling in the first half. Arsenal should have have been awarded a penalty when Kyle Walker almost kicked Arsenal defender Gabriel in the face inside Manchester City's box.After introducing their new signing Thomas Partey in the second half, The players tried and tried to salvage a point but were unable to as Manchester City defender Ruben Dias, brought in this summer, was in good form, put up a man of the match performance, denying and blocking Arsenal chances.
Bukayo Saka was one of Arsenal's best players against Manchester City, the young Arsenal wonderkid almost scored a goal himself in the first half but Manchester City's goalkeeper kept his goal bound effort. Fans of Arsenal football club has been reacting to the loss and this is screenshots of some of their reactions below:
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