Sometimes you just cannot win.
After losing 2-1 at Watford in the Premier League on October 14, Arsenal returned to winning ways with a 5-2 success at Everton, who have since sacked head coach Ronald Koeman, on Sunday afternoon.
The result saw the Gunners move into fifth position in the Premier League table, and despite some poor results, they are actually only four points off second-placed Manchester United after nine matches of the 2017-18 campaign.
Arsenal’s Twitter account posted an image of Alexis Sanchez celebrating his goal against Everton, and suggested that the club’s supporters should be doing the same.
The Arsenal fans took exception to the post, however, as they claimed that the club should celebrate when they actually win a trophy, rather than after overcoming a poor Everton team.
You can understand the point that the Arsenal supporters are trying to make, although sometimes it is just nice to enjoy positive results when they arrive.
A selection of the best Twitter reaction can be found below:
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) October 23, 2017
You should've posted what we all woke up like last Sunday after the Watford lost too
— Umzi (@Umzi_AFC) October 23, 2017
— Steve (@stelex_officail) October 23, 2017
It's the worst everton in last five years with 10 men, why soo happy? #WengerOut
— Hamad Al-hijji (@HamadAlhijji) October 23, 2017
@Arsenal that's enough. when the boys get victory over Tots and Man City then ll make the loudest noise
— GWilliam (@Gwillnn) October 23, 2017
Lets win the league first and start bragging,what will ManCity do if we brag by beating Everton
— TormasClick (@TormasHub) October 23, 2017
Really? Perpetual losers wake up drooling over a rare win. We shud b consistent winners
— God's pikin (@attamatwit) October 23, 2017
Nothing has changed, and will not change until Wenger is out! #wengerout
— Mad Gooner (@WengerOutt) October 23, 2017
Prepare for next match and stop the useless celebrations, man city defeated stoke with 7 goals and only celebrated for a day
— Jack Were Wilshere (@jackwereW) October 23, 2017
Calm down Admin it was Everton with 10men not Man City
— Benjamin Buick (@buick_ben) October 23, 2017