Premier League club Arsenal won their away match at Turf Moor by a solitary goal to nil against Burnley courtesy of a Martin Odegaard free-kick with Gabriel Magalhaes, Aaron Ramsdale and Takehiro Tomiyasu the standout performers for the gunners.
Their supporters are keen on some of their loaned stars and one player who continues to divide opinion is former Saint Etienne center-back William Saliba who is currently spending the season with Ligue 1 side Olympic Marseille on a season-long loan deal.
Frustrated Arsenal supporters have vented their anger towards their manager Mikel Arteta after Saliba send the fans into a frenzy with another flawless display at the heart of the Marseille defence where they beat Rennes by two goals to nil.
The fans continue to question the club's decision to send Saliba on loan as they think he is ripe enough to get some minutes for their side after watching Ben White nearly gift Vydra a goal with a poorly hit pass to Ramsdale.
In a video shared by Marseille, Saliba produces another masterclass for the side and the fans are now convinced the manager has been hard on the player and should soften his stance when his spell ends.
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