Arsenal fans have recorded another terrible game tonight against Leeds united after recording a draw and failing to win in their two consecutive EPL matches. Their last match was a disaster against Aston villa and they Gunners hoped for a good match today against Leeds United but failed to the expectations. Despite the Arsenal starting the 2020/2021 season on a good performance, the Gunners have failed to live by that and have ended up losing very crucial points in some of the matches. With the terrible performance recorded today, their fans have shifted the blame to one of their key players.
Nicolas Pepe was not at the top of his form and ended up not Impressing in the match despite coming in with a club record fee of 72million. Pepe has had a very bad spell at Arsenal and has fallen short of Arteta's favour in the first team choice. He has failed to live by his standards that attracted the Gunners to bring him in the club. Check out some of the comments from Arsenal fans about Nicolas Pepe's game performance today.
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