Welcome to another Arsecast Extra, the Arsenal podcast, with myself and James from @gunnerblog.
In this episode we chat about the 2-2 draw with Chelsea on Saturday. We examine a sub-par Arsenal performance, especially in the first half, before discussing all the big incidents including the penalty that Cole Palmer shouldn’t have been on the pitch to score, a half-time change by Mikel Arteta, Mudryk’s fluke of a goal, substitutions that helped us, goalkeeping mistakes – the worst of which came from Robert Sanchez, but there’s more to that goal than an error. Plus Saka comes to life late on, Trossard’s exceptional movement, showing character versus a poor display overall, plus questions about post-Interlull Martin Odegaard, the missing piece in midfield, why we’re not as fluent in attack this season, Takehiro Tomiyasu, punditry, and lots more.
Please note: James is in Spain and the WiFi in his hotel was a bit dodgy so there are some audio gremlins in this one.
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