Another home game, another last minute draw. These things are becoming the norm with Arsenal, and when it happens against a team like Hull City, fans are understandably upset. After the game, fans took to Twitter to express anger and frustration and the usual Wenger out slogans were in prominence. Here are some of the best tweets of the day:
Answers? Wouldn’t we all like some…
Shocking performance and result. Answers @Arsenal
— Pablo (@AFCAMDEN) October 18, 2014
Squawka reminding us that ‘Datguy’ saved our asses
Danny Welbeck with a late equaliser for Arsenal. pic.twitter.com/1imhtFyxGO
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) October 18, 2014
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Good news! I think…
At least Sunderland have Arsenal next week.
— gunnerblog (@gunnerblog) October 18, 2014
Some fans looked on the bright side:
— Sammer Arsene (@Only1Arsene) October 18, 2014
— Möhd Suqizam Ibrahim (@Suqizam_Ibrahim) October 18, 2014
Others, not so much:
Arsenal shouldn't even be allowed to play in the Premier League – this is not a football club this is a business run by an accountant.
— Home of Fußball (@ExcitableExpert) October 18, 2014
— Karen (@KasUdeh) October 18, 2014
The one thing everyone could agree on however, was that Sanchez played like a boss.
— Gabe Lafontant (@IamDaGabe) October 18, 2014
— ♚ Henry (@Saber_Gooner) October 18, 2014
We had the mandatory ridicule and mocking from rival fans:
I'd imagine the pain of being an Arsenal fan is up there with pregnancy.
— Tom (@average_pimpin) October 18, 2014
We are ELEVEN points clear of Arsenal!!! #CFC
— . (@TheJoseEra) October 18, 2014
Our own fans didn’t seem to be very hopeful either:
— Goodfella 🕵 (@Jimmycn1) October 18, 2014
— Michael Readman ® (@miguelredders) October 18, 2014
This just sums up today:
Wilshere sticks a leg into Ramirez, gets booked and goes down with a leg injury. How very Arsenal of him.
— Jerrad Peters (@jerradpeters) October 18, 2014
What were your thoughts on today’s game? Please share in the comments below.