Fans Tweets Reaction To Game vs Leicester

Today’s game didn’t start well for me – I couldn’t get connected to a live stream and trying to follow effectively on Arsenal Player without audio is a waste of time. Unfortunately it didn’t end well for either myself or Arsenal, though it could’ve been worse. Three times during the game we were down to 10 men: Koscielny, Ozil and Oxlade-Chamberlain with the match eventually finishing in a 1-1 draw.

Arsenal didn’t seem to realise the importance to us in winning it.

First injury: Laurent Koscielny eventually managed to walk into the tunnel and come back wearing a rather large bandage around his head before being subbed shortly after the opening goal.

Alexis scores his first Premier League goal for Arsenal! Two goals in two games. Let’s hope he keeps the up good work.

Oh dear! Just when it was all going so well for Arsenal, Leicester manage to equalise after a measly four minutes.

A fan quite rightly questions why Koscielny was allowed to restart at all. I wonder whether Leicester would’ve scored the equaliser had Arsenal had a few more minutes to adjust their play.

The score at half-time stood at 1-1. Unfortunately Rambo’s efforts didn’t come to fruition.

Lukas Podolski came on for Yaya Sanogo. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain came on for Santi Cazorla. Yet again Joel Campbell remained on the bench! #FreeJoelCampbell

Second injury: Mesut Özil. There were quite a few tweets about the second occurrence of Arsenal being down to 10 men, many of them were not fit for publishing!

Third injury: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Hobbled!

Fans from across the pond summed up the game perfectly:

And finally, this sums up the frustration each and every one of us feels, whether it be related to this game, lack of activity in the transfer window to sign a top striker, centre back or midfielder (you name it, everyone thinks we need a replacement somewhere) or just life as an Arsenal fan in itself.

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