Arsenal have now been dubbed bottlers after the Gunners bottled the game against Manchester City and our Premier League season is already look over.
Typical with Arsene Wenger, he has been blaming the referee and his line-men for his lose, just like Jose Mourinho does effortlessly.
This is the second time in a week that the north Londoners have gone on to lose 2-1 after being a goal up after defeat to Everton as well, and the coach seems to be feeling the strain.
‘It is well known, the referees are protected very well, what is right, like the lions in the zoo so we have to live with their decisions,’ the 67-year-old said after the match.
‘I want them (referees) to be very well protected. I want them to be safe. But if they could make the right decisions it would be even better.
‘It is too long a subject, I do not want to make referees the subject of the press conference. I just feel it is right they are safe and protected but if they make good decisions then even better.’
There were suspicions of offside in both of City’s goals on Sunday, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that Arsenal are now nine points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea after the defeat.