BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, ian Wright criticised Arsenal star player for his lacklustre performance in the team’s heartbreaking loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League. Wright said ” he should hide his face in shame cause he did Liverpool dirty. He managed zero shots against Bayern on last night, created zero chances, and completed zero dribbles. He will always be remembered as the player who made Arsenal lose the champions league chance”. Ian Wright is ‘unimpressed’ with arsenal’s’sluggish’ performance during the terrible loss to Bayern Munich.


Arsenal supporters expressed dissatisfaction with Bukayo Saka’s performance during the second leg of their UEFA Champions League quarterfinal, which concluded in a 1-0 defeat for the Gunners. Following a 2-2 draw against Bayern Munich at the Emirates Stadium the previous week, Arsenal journeyed to the Allianz Arena for the pivotal second leg on Wednesday, April 17. Unfortunately, they were ousted from the Champions League by the Bavarian side, with Joshua Kimmich’s goal in the 63rd minute sealing their fate.

Fans of the Gunners took to social media platforms to voice their disappointment with Saka’s display. Here are some of their reactions:

Saka failed to register any shots against Bayern on Wednesday night, did not create any chances, and completed zero dribbles. He managed just three touches in Bayern’s penalty area and executed only one pass into the final third. Despite his impressive form for Arsenal throughout the campaign, the young Englishman faltered on what could arguably be considered the most significant night of the season thus far.

Arsenal’s Upcoming Fixtures:
Currently occupying the second spot in the Premier League standings with 71 points from 32 matches, Arsenal find themselves two points behind reigning champions Manchester City. In their last five league encounters, the Gunners have recorded one loss, one draw, and three victories. Mikel Arteta’s team is level on points with third-placed Liverpool in the league standings, albeit with a superior goal difference. Their next league fixture is against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday, April 20, at the Molineux Stadium. Subsequently, they are scheduled to face Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Bournemouth, Manchester United, and Everton to conclude their domestic season.

With both Arsenal and Manchester City eliminated from the UEFA Champions League, there are no Premier League representatives in the competition’s semifinals for the first time since the 2019-20 season.

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