Before the restart of the league, Liverpool were so confident that they would break the 100 point mark held by their rival Manchester City. That dream was brought to an end tonight as the Reds were gun down by a high flying Arsenal team.
Liverpool got the party running tonight with a goal from Sadio Mane in the 20th minutes. However that goal was not meant to last as Alexander Lacazette equalized in the 32nd minutes. Lacazette turned provider in the 44th minute to give Arsenal a well deserved lead. The goal by Nelson was enough to see Arsenal bag all three points against the mighty Liverpool. The reds have now gone two games without a victory.
This recent lost of form from this Liverpool side could stretch to the next season. Liverpool is now left with two games. The best they can get for the season is now 99, one behind Manchester City's 100. Losing 5-0 against Man city, a draw against a low Burnley side and now a defeat to Arteta's Arsenal is really raising up questions about how Liverpool's next season will look like.
M. Arteta have shown he is really the Man to lead the Gunners to titles.
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