Liverpool crush woeful Arsenal 4-0

Annette Crawford
August 28, 2017

Cape Town - Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp watched his players put in a memorable performance on Sunday as they thrashed Arsenal 4-0 at Anfield.

Wenger also faces a battle to keep Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain at the club, with Chelsea and Liverpool also contemplating late bids, and discussing the duo's future on Sunday, Jamie Carragher told Sky Sports: "They shouldn't be staying".

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has heaped praise on Emre Can following his performance during the Reds win over Arsenal.

Arsenal take on Bournemouth at The Emirates on Saturday 9 September, after the worldwide break.

Arsenal were only getting worse and Liverpool were outplaying them big time as they were able to score their fourth goal through Daniel Sturridge، who headed home a lovely cross from Salah. "You look to the manager for guidance, you look to the players to execute the [manager's] plan".

"It was unwatchable, at one point I wanted to leave".

"You didn't secure the future of Alexis Sanchez at Arsenal".

"From the first minute to the last we were not at the required level for such a game", Wenger said.

"We're going to have to change something if we're to compete this year".

"But not like it happened today. Arsenal had periods with the ball but I always felt we were pretty solid and defended well as a team".

Arsenal were comprehensively outplayed and their humiliation could have been greater were it not for several excellent saves from goalkeeper Petr Cech.

Speaking to the club's official website the 26-year-old, who made his 300th appearance for the North Londoners during the game, said: 'We're very disappointed with the way we performed but we have to accept it. This is the most disappointing thing. It's not acceptable. We were an easy opponent.

"I was really busy since we started and I would be really surprised if I was not busy in the next few days", he said, before pointing out he was referring to his day-to-day work.

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