Alan Shearer Trolls Arsenal After Southampton Draw

Posted December 13, 2017

Following a 1-1 draw away to Southampton, it seems that Arsenal are well and truly out of the Premier League title race after just 16 games.

Arsenal conceded two similar goals in the first 11 minutes in the 3-1 loss to United last weekend, and Wenger admitted that may have had an effect on his players.

The Arsenal stopper was beaten inside the opening three minutes after another slow start from Arsene Wenger's side, with Charlie Austin putting the Saints in front, and saw Southampton rattle the woodwork on two more occasions before Giroud's equaliser in the 88th minute.

"It's a remarkable achievement what he has done again today", Wenger said.

"When I'm at home, maybe you think, 'What's going to happen?" Yet although Arsenal rescued a draw, this result could leave them three points adrift of the top four by the end of Liverpool's meeting with Everton.

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Wenger was very critical of his team's defensive "inefficiency" after the United defeat and conceded this afternoon that the issue was still in the minds of his error-prone defenders, which is why they repeated the same mistakes.

"First, it has to be in the head of the players to respect the game and to play". The answer is in the authority of the referee.

Giroud now has 17 Premier League substitute goals to his name, the same number as similarly famed game-changers Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Nwankwo Kanu.

"If I'm on the bench in a Premier League game, I'm thinking, 'What can I do coming off the bench?' It is a remarkable achievement".