“He’s worst than Kai Havertz, he even had fewer passes than the goalkeeper, Arteta must drop him as fast as possible before he gets knocked out of UCL again”- Arsenal Owner has told Mikel Arteta to drop “anonymous” Arsenal player who ghosted against Newcastle yesterday

“He’s worst than Kai Havertz, he even had fewer passes than the goalkeeper, Arteta must drop him as fast as possible before he gets knocked out of UCL again”- Arsenal Owner has told Mikel Arteta to drop “anonymous” Arsenal player who ghosted against Newcastle yesterday

Arsene Wenger, the owner of Arsenal, has urged Mikel Arteta to bench the “anonymous” midfield player who disappeared against Newcastle yesterday. “He’s worse than Kai Havertz, he even had fewer passes than the goalkeeper, Arteta must drop him as soon as possible before he gets knocked out of UCL again.”

A “anonymous” Arsenal washout who is worse than Havertz needs to be replaced by Arteta.

Arsenal needs to expand their offensive options.

On Saturday night, Mikel Arteta and his teammates from Arsenal had one more typical Barclays weekend left.

This season, the PGMOL and Howard Webb’s merry group of referees have drawn an unprecedented amount of attention.

It seems as though officiating in this nation has fallen to an unprecedented low. Even after statements and letters of apology have been sent out in all directions, poor decisions are still being made.

Arteta might have to look closer to home to understand why they lost 1-0 to Newcastle this past weekend at raucous St. James’ Park, but the officiating on both sides was far from ideal.

On a different day, Bruno Guimaraes might have been sent off early for deliberately striking Jorginho in the back of the head with his forearm, and Kai Havertz might have received a red card for his ridiculous and premature challenge in the first half.

But the most heated argument started after Newcastle took the lead.

Why Arsenal couldn’t defeat Newcastle

To be honest, the Gunners’ performance in the northeast on Saturday night wasn’t all that bad.

A robust and well-coordinated defense that had maintained a clean sheet against Manchester City helped Arteta’s team win the midfield battle.

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But they let up in the attack department. If not for some chaos just after the hour, a 0-0 draw would have been a reasonable outcome.

Jacob Murphy’s misdirected shot nearly resulted in a goal kick close to the corner flag, but former Arsenal player Joe Willock held on to it. From the angle we saw during the TV show, it looked like the ball was out. But regrettably, following Anthony Gordon’s close-range goal, three VAR decisions were upheld.

After Joelinton failed to stop David Raya’s flighted ball in, Gabriel was forced to the ground by Joelinton. It was determined that no foul had been committed. To find out if Gordon was on board was the next step.

In his post-match press conference, Arteta angrily leveled a number of loud accusations at the officials, despite the VAR’s declaration to the contrary.

He can point fingers at the referees all he wants, but the truth is that several red-and-white players let him down.

Arsenal’s worst performer against Newcastle

Havertz’s £65 million summer transfer from Chelsea raised a lot of expectations, but it was his ridiculous tackle in the opening half that almost saw Arsenal lose a player.

With Martin Odegaard sidelined by injury, it was a historic night for the German, who was given more creative leeway. He wasn’t the creator. Actually, all he did was make things worse.

Their poor offensive performance was largely caused by Eddie Nketiah’s mediocre play.

The team’s number 14 defeated Sheffield United a week prior to score his first Premier League hat-trick.

He now shares the club record for goals scored this season with Odegaard and Bukayo Saka thanks to that performance. But that fact doesn’t tell the whole story.

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You can run the channels at home and hold the ball up with Nketiah. He doesn’t exactly blow everyone away, but he usually delivers respectable work.

The English striker has been the picture of mediocrity away from home. In 52 league games played away from home, he has only five goals. That is just not acceptable for a team that is trying to win the Premier League.

Criticizing someone who scored three goals a week ago is unkind, but Nketiah is a vital member of Arsenal’s squad, especially with Gabriel Jesus sidelined due to injury.

He had no access to the ball on Saturday and was unable to receive any meaningful assistance. That being said, he wasn’t always available.

FotMob reports that Nketiah completed 16 passes, the fewest of any Arsenal starter, including the intriguing Havertz, and only had 33 touches of the ball, one more than Raya. With 30 points, even Oleksandr Zinchenko, a replacement, scored more. Only two of those passes, however, came in the final third. worried about the main thrust of your attack.

Worse, the forward failed on both of his attempted dribbles and only managed one off-target shot.

In addition, the 24-year-old won 40% of his aerial duels and 33% of his ground duels while the Newcastle defenders harassed him. It’s hardly shocking that some, like Andrew Allen of Arseblog, called his exhibit “anonymous.”

With his lackluster offensive performance, Nketiah’s night was not particularly noteworthy. Given Jesus’ inconsistent fitness record and the academy graduate’s general lackluster performance, a new striker acquisition may be planned for January. This kind of scenario could decide whether Arteta’s team has what it takes to take home the title.

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