Jack Wilshere admits Arsenal were 'scared' of Liverpool before mounting Emirates comeback

Laura Christensen
December 23, 2017

"We play such good football going forward and maybe sometimes we need to switch that off for five or 10 minutes".

He was asked about Arsenal's second goal which saw Simon Mignolet beaten by a Xhaka shot from some distance. Today we make individual mistakes and that is not cool.

Hector Bellerin swung a cross to the far post and with Liverpool defender Joe Gomez losing concentration, Sanchez nipped in to head home. A poor Ragnar Klavan pass and an Andy Robertson giveaway were followed by more mediocrity from the goalkeeper as Mesut Ozil dinked over him from close range.

Liverpool were leading 1-0 at half-time, a surprise considering their dominance in the first-half, and would double their lead soon into the second-half via Mohamed Salah but what followed after is set to become part of Premier League lore.

This is not a once-off and while it is not a consistent problem, it happens with way too much regularity for a side with such large ambitions. Get the app and get the game.

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'We've got to be more boring. All the goals were our fault. We need to play it a bit tighter and keep the ball a bit longer rather than trying to break all the time'.

The draw kept Liverpool in the fourth and final Champions League qualification place, 17 points behind City.

That means Alexandre Lacazette leads the line with Jack Wilshere in midfield and Ainsley Maitland-Niles at full back.

"We are working hard every day to win something and I am sure we will this year", he said. "We were completely inhibited", the Frenchman conceded.

He's the first Liverpool player to score 20 goals before Christmas since Ian Rush and after appearing pretty wasteful in his first few games, the former Roma man has been on a tear. We are always a better side when we draw.

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