Arsenal were unable to hold onto their 1-0 lead against Wolves last Saturday as a Raul Jimenez strike denied Unai Emery’s side from earning a vital victory.
However, the club’s decision to highlight a save made by keeper Bernd Leno has led to criticism given the disappointing scoreline.
How good was this Leno stop? 👏😲
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) November 4, 2019
The Gunners’ shot-stopper kept Matt Doherty at bay with a one-handed save to keep Arsenal in the game.
Although given the current predicament at the club and the increasing calls Emery to depart The Emirates, a social media post highlighting the German keeper’s impressive save has seemingly intensified the ill-feeling from a number of the club’s fanbase towards their manager and the club.
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With Arsenal sitting fifth in the league table, having won just four of their first 11 league games, domestic results have not been at a satisfactory standard for the club so far in 2019/20.
The Daily Mirror report that Emery has just one month left to save his job – but for these fans that may be too long with this social media post leading to a wave of criticism towards the club.
Here are some of the best reactions following Arsenal’s tweet regarding Leno’s save against Wolves.
What’s the point reminding us of a very poor draw at home, exactly what is the point?
— Rainer Akumperigya (@Akumperigeya) November 4, 2019
What an irrelevant tweet. Our club is in an absolute state & admin is tweeting about a Leno save
— Super Leno (@ArsenalLundy) November 4, 2019
Yeah, great save. Buzzing to have held on for the draw, buzzing we were outplayed and outshot at home, buzzing that Emery won’t be let go until Top 4 is out of reach at this rate. Cracking.
— Sam (@siliconshogun) November 4, 2019
Straight at him, should tell you everything about the current mentality of the club when the official account is hyping a very basic save like this.
— Emzel (@Emzyl23) November 4, 2019
Hi Arsenal Admin, bit of advice every time you tweet right now fans only want to see one thing. It should go along these lines: Arsenal have part ways with Unai Emery, in the mean time Freddie Ljungberg will take control of first team affairs.
— Adam Daniel Simmons (@Simmons360) November 4, 2019
It was straight at him lads
— afc〽️edium ™ (@afcMedium) November 4, 2019