Arsenal hosted Swansea City at the Emirates on Wednesday and were desperate for a win, as they looked keen to stay in the title race. The north London side were not in the best of form in recent weeks and were looking to turn things around, as they looked to
claim all three points on the night. Arsene Wenger’s side started the game well and Joel Campbell was the star of the moment, as he put them ahead in the 15th minute with a super finish to beat Lukas Fabianski.
The home side looked totally in control before the away side managed to find an equalizer in the 32nd minute, as Wayne Routledge placed his shot to beat Petr Cech and make it 1-1. Both teams made it to the interval with everything to play for after an interesting half.
There were no more goals in the game until the 70th minute, as Ashley Williams put one into the back of the Arsenal net in the 74th-minute, beating Cech and scoring the winner. Arsenal put in their best effort, as they tried to score an equalizing goal, yet failed to deliver.
The home side hit the frame of the goal thrice in a single game and eventually were unlucky as they failed to take something from the game as it ended in a 2-1 win for the visitors.
Here is how the fans reacted on Twitter to this loss for Wenger’s team:
Its not over yet. Let us stand together and support the team. #COYG
— Akhil_M_Gooner (@Draconsaintz) March 2, 2016
— ZOO/BEAR (@ZubearAbdiwali) March 2, 2016
bye bpl :'( #COYG
— buya hamka tafsiri (@Buya_Official) March 2, 2016
— Pascal Porcheron (@PascalEmile) March 2, 2016
— EmanDaGoon #MANDM (@EmanDaGoon) March 2, 2016
— Bestie (@iain_best) March 2, 2016
Nothing to say about #AFCvSCFC
— Joshua Stump (@therealstump) March 2, 2016
At least against Spurs they will play a passing game and we will could be the game to put us back on track #COYG
— Juan Pablo Montoya (@JamesCarway) March 2, 2016
— Ammar Zaidi (@AmmSyed) March 2, 2016
— Jay Cooper (@coops313) March 2, 2016
Let’s see what’s gonna happen on Saturday. I still believe we can turn it around! #COYG
— Murat (@Murat_Elmaz) March 2, 2016
— Jack Payne (@JackPayne_) March 2, 2016
Wenger needs to leave. Arsenals not gonna win anything with that man in charge #coyg
— HRXCHXK (@Hrichik_Sarker) March 2, 2016
— GilJertö Silva (@Jerry_I_is) March 2, 2016