HIGHLIGHTS | Liverpool vs Arsenal (4-0) | Premier League

HIGHLIGHTS | Liverpool vs Arsenal (4-0) | Premier League

Our unbeaten run came to an abrupt end as we suffered a heavy defeat at Anfield.

The game unravelled for us in the second half, after a promising opening half hour or so, in which we played with the confidence we had built after three successive clean sheets.

But once Liverpool took the lead late in the first half, they took control, and despite the best efforts of Aaron Ramsdale, we suffered another chastening away day on Merseyside.

We had a few chances of our own in the first half – Takehiro Tomiyasu’s dangerous cross was headed clear, while Alexandre Lacazette’s goal was ruled out for offside on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

There was a flashpoint on the touchline late in the first period when Mikel Arteta believed Sadio Mane had led with his arm when challenging Tomiyasu. His anger was clear, and led to referee Michael Oliver showing our manager the yellow card.

With the atmosphere crackling, Liverpool stepped up the pressure – Ramsdale denied Mohamed Salah and then Trent Alexander-Arnold in quick succession, while at the other end Fabinho made a huge sliding block to deny Aubameyang as he led a counter-attack.

But all our hard work was undone five minutes before the break when Mane headed in Alexander-Arnold’s free-kick.

It was hugely frustrating, given the work we had put in defensively.

Mane was then booked for a late challenge on Ben White. It was his fourth foul of the game, explaining Arteta’s frustration.

The half ended with Sambi Lokonga having a shot from outside the box easily saved by Alisson, as we looked to get back in to the game.

We started the second half in sloppy fashion though. Lokonga gave the ball away twice in dangerous areas, but Liverpool didn’t take advantage.

Nuno Tavares however had no such luck when his pass was intercepted by Diego Jota outside the box. The Portuguese forward skipped past his defender, dummied Ramsdale and tucked home to double the lead.

Arsenal were ragged now and beginning to come under more pressure. Ramsdale made a brave save at the feet of Jota and also saved from Salah.

Aubameyang was continuing to work hard up front, and brought a good save from Alisson, with nobody there in a yellow shirt to score the rebound.

Ramsdale again came up with a fine save to deny Jota at point-blank range, as the home forwards grew in confidence.

Salah made it 3-0 with 20 minutes left, finishing a rapid counter attack by converting Mane’s fizzed in cross.

Thomas Partey saw his curling effort clawed away by Alisson when it looked to be destined for the top corner, but it was a temporary respite from dealing with the rampant Liverpool forwards.

They competed the scoring late on – Takumi Minamino making it 4-0 with his first touch, scoring at the far post from an Alexander-Arnold cross.

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44 Replies to “HIGHLIGHTS | Liverpool vs Arsenal (4-0) | Premier League”

  1. if we could get a draw it would be understandable but losing 4-0 even if its Liverpool is unacceptable. Just 20 years ago if this happened Arsene and the rest of the lads as well as the fans would be furious. it's why it was so much more rare. This team needs better mentality.

    Edit: I know it's the youngest squad in the league but we're Arsenal FC. We shouldn't be losing 4-0. It's unacceptable…

  2. Let’s all agree Aubameyang is past it and needs to go, Partey is pretty useless as well. Despite our league position we are still a amateur team full of overpaid players who need to do more

  3. Liverpool fan here. Arsenal needs process to be strong. I respect Arsenal especially that of Wenger era. I grew up watching Henry, Ian Wright, Seaman, Bergkamp. Bounce back.

  4. 0:34 the 1st goal why salah was not in offside position ? .. ESR best position is in behind the stricker (false 9)like ramsey did before .. the young lads still nervous not ready for high pressure need more experience

  5. Arsenal, even if they lose, is the best English team that plays fun football. They even played tiki-taka light years before Barcelona.

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