Menu

Arsenal do something for the first time in their history after early De Bruyne goal for Man City

Arsenal are losing to Manchester City today as their poor run of form this season continues.

Shockingly, however, this now makes it the sixth Premier League game in a row that the Gunners have gone 1-0 down – the first time they’ve ever done this in their entire history.

MORE: Video: Kevin De Bruyne’s thunderous finish hands Man City lead vs Arsenal

Arsenal really haven’t been at their best this season, with Unai Emery recently sacked after a lengthy winless run and a number of uninspiring performances.

But this is truly shocking from Arsenal as they reach new lows, with caretaker manager Freddie Ljungberg seemingly unable to really lift this squad.

The Swede did get AFC back to winning ways against West Ham at the start of the week, but that looks unlikely to be enough to get them sufficiently prepared to deal with City today.

At the time of writing, Arsenal are two goals down against Pep Guardiola’s side, who are strolling at the Emirates Stadium.

The Gunners are just conceding goals for fun and things could get very ugly against a side of City’s quality.

More Stories Freddie Ljungberg Kevin De Bruyne Unai Emery