It was not a good afternoon for the Gunners who traveled to face ManCity. The game had its ups and downs but a five star performance was not expected. Mike Arteta might be pondering hard on what went wrong from the last match. The Gunners had something to build on after a terrific win against Westbrom in Carabao Cup. So much has been spotted speaking on Arteta tactics. It is now clear that Arsenal have an uphill of problems to solve as they push out of relegation battle.
Mesut Ozil is a club legend for the Gunners. His love for them is immeasurable. He seems to have been involved in watching the game against ManCity. His high expectations for the team might have been brought down after he reacted with a cryptic tweet. The tweet remarked, "trust the process" with a heart breaking emoji. He might as well be mocking Mike Arteta who sent him out of the club. It is however vindictive that he thinks Arsenal deserve better than the result.
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