''Henrikh Mkhitaryan Has Done His Best Chocolate Teapot Impression'' - Arsenal Fans Hammer Former Manchester United Star On Social Media
Henrikh Mkhitaryan has endured a tough spell in England since arriving in the Premier League and his Arsenal career took another downward turn this afternoon thanks to a limp display away at Bournemouth.
The former Dortmund man is blessed with huge amounts of talent but he has failed to show that in his spell with first Man United and then Arsenal, with many fans now clearly having just about had enough of the Armenian superstar.
The 29-year-old once again failed to make any sort of meaningful impact on the game at the Vitality Stadium with many Arsenal fans in disbelief that Unai Emery failed top sub the tricky winger.
Mkhitaryan has done his best chocolate teapot impression in that first half. - (@ArsenesGlasses_)
Mkhitaryan is ALWAYS the worst player in every game he starts in and yet he still starts? I’m legit confused. - (@tomipopoola)
Mourinho really broke Mkhitaryan. He has had flashes at Arsenal and hasn’t been as bad as his critics claim. But we’ve never seen the player United bought in 2016. Makes you wonder what might have happened if Wenger had got him then instead. - (@jamesbenge)
Right now, I would consider replacing Mkhitaryan with Gunnersaurus. - (@1886_blog)
Overall, it was a good day for Arsenal as they came away from the south coast with a very important 2-1 away win thanks to a goal from Aubameyang but the performance of Mkhitaryan didn't go unnoticed.
Emery will be eager to see one of his key attacking players start to perform better if the Gunners are to have any chance of breaking back into the top four of the Premier League table with the race for Champions League football likely to go down to the wire.
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