In my opinion, it was the most frustrating Arsenal match since Unai Emery’s last game in charge, which came against Frankfurt. Obviously, we lost.
I have not been in a good mood since Jamie Vardy scored the all important goal, which gave the Foxes a first win at Emirates since 1973.
We looked better in the first half, but the disallowed Lacazette goal, which I believe should have been given, coupled with lack of creativity in the midfield paved the way for a Leicester win. Had we won against Brendan Rodgers’ side we would have gone third in the table, just one point off joint league leaders Liverpool and Everton.
But we failed to make the most of the matchday, when most of the top-four rivals slipped. Man City, Chelsea and United all drew. Whereas, league leaders Everton lost away to Southampton. It was a huge opportunity to establish ourselves as a top-four team, but we lacked the thing that wins you game.
Let’s hope we can start a good run of games against Man Utd at Old Trafford. We still have a good chance of getting a Champions League ticket through Europa League if not the Premier League.