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Arsenal were very good in that half. Deserve their 2-0 lead and it could have been more. Milan barely threatened in attack.

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3 minutes ago, Consigliere said:

Arsenal were very good in that half. Deserve their 2-0 lead and it could have been more. Milan barely threatened in attack.

Should be at least 4.

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Professional away performance from Arsenal. Milan were so poor in attack though. Ospina was hardly troubled at all.

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Arsenal is such an impredictable club. It looks like Mkhi has the blood of EL running in his veins though -only competition where he shows consistency.

Otherwise, happy night for french clubs.

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Is this when Arsenal bounce back from a flaky, spineless slump with a late run of good form, narrowly overtake Spurs and save Wenger’s job for another season?  It doesn’t seem possible, and yet I’ve thought that before. 

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4 hours ago, Iskaral Pust said:

Is this when Arsenal bounce back from a flaky, spineless slump with a late run of good form, narrowly overtake Spurs and save Wenger’s job for another season?  It doesn’t seem possible, and yet I’ve thought that before. 

I doubt it. Last night was all about a group of players desperate to play in next year's CL. I fully expect a resumption of normal league service against Watford at the weekend.

 

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7 hours ago, Spockydog said:

I doubt it. Last night was all about a group of players desperate to play in next year's CL. I fully expect a resumption of normal league service against Watford at the weekend.

This.

I have no idea why Arsenal don't set up more like what they did on Thursday. Play to counter attack, especially with Aubameyang. Makes no sense to live in the world of possession with these players.

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15 hours ago, Iskaral Pust said:

Is this when Arsenal bounce back from a flaky, spineless slump with a late run of good form, narrowly overtake Spurs and save Wenger’s job for another season?  It doesn’t seem possible, and yet I’ve thought that before. 

Unlikely. Where are Spurs supposed to drop the required points for that?

The CL k.o. by Juve could send them spinning a bit, but the point difference should be big enough to finish above Arsenal this year in any case.

Arsene's best bet is the EL. That competition looks winnable for them this year. Silverware and CL qualification could be enough to save Wenger's neck.

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2 hours ago, Notone said:

Unlikely. Where are Spurs supposed to drop the required points for that?

The CL k.o. by Juve could send them spinning a bit, but the point difference should be big enough to finish above Arsenal this year in any case.

Arsene's best bet is the EL. That competition looks winnable for them this year. Silverware and CL qualification could be enough to save Wenger's neck.

Logically yes, but it would be more fun the other way.

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Nothing will save Wenger. If he's not gone by the start of next season, I'll eat my fucking dog. Fur, liver, anus - every last nasty scrap.

ETA: And yeah, that's her in my avatar. She will not taste good.

 

Edited by Spockydog

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I feel confident we can beat Utd.Come on you Reds! B)

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Trent Alexander-Arnold, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Andy Robertson, Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk return to the starting XI at Old Trafford.Georginio Wijnaldum is back on the bench after illness.

Liverpool team: Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Lovren, Van Dijk, Robertson, Milner, Can, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Mane, Salah, Firmino.

Substitutes: Mignolet, Wijnaldum, Gomez, Henderson, Lallana, Solanke, Matip.

 

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Brilliant goal from Manchester United. 

Great centre forward play from Lukaku with the flick on, and an excellent, dare I say it, Cristiano-like finish from Rashford.

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Yikes Rashford is making TAA look very bad

Same with Lukaku and Lovren

Edited by Mark Antony

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5 minutes ago, polishgenius said:

Big game Marcus Rashford strikes again.

He really is the dog's bollocks. 

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