The sacking of Unai Emery has changed very little at Arsenal, it seems.
Under the tutelage of Freddie Ljungberg, the Gunners were lucky to get a draw away to Norwich and, on Thursday night, lost 2-1 at home to Brighton.
But it wasn’t just the defeat that was worrying.
There seemed to be a real lack of harmony amongst the players during the loss.
In the first-half, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyng yelled at Joe Willock for failing to find him with a through ball.
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Then, at full-time, Mesut Ozil had a breakdown of his own.
The German was seen angrily shouting as he walked off the pitch and, according to the Daily Mail, that was aimed at Alexandre Lacazette.
Ozil appeared to repeatedly shout ‘Laca!’ but it seems he was ignored as the playmaker trudged down the tunnel.
We’re not quite sure exactly why the midfielder was so angry at his teammate but you rarely see Ozil as emotional as that.
However, it’s a reaction that club legend Tony Adams didn’t mind.
He insisted that Ozil showed a bit of ‘spirit’ with his post-match rant.
"I don’t mind that actually," Adams told Premier League productions.
"There’s a little bit of spirit there. I don’t mind that.
"Maybe he should have done it before the game. Before the game take that attitude on to the pitch. The game’s gone now, it’s all over.
"If he’d got the frustration out before the game and say ‘I’m really go and run around and do my stuff today’. He’s frustrated, obviously."News Now - Sport News