What did you make of last night's result? Are Milan capable of overhauling that two-goal deficit at the Emirates on Thursday? Will the win inspire an Arsenal revival? What will save Arsene? Does he need saving?Please send in your Arsenal observations to the hashtag #bbcfootball or, if in the UK, text to 81111. I must confess I don't know the position regarding the Channel Islands but if someone from there wants to try we could find out.
A Carlos Carvalhal-style swimming-based intro in the smaller-sized Guardian: "After all the weeks of swimming against the tide, the games when their heads dipped, their bodies felt heavier, Arsenal grasped hold of their lifebelt and gave themselves a chance of saving their season."
It was looking comfortable for Spurs but then Massimiliano Allegri, whose AC Milan team went out to the Lilywhites in 2011, changed to a 4-4-2 formation and suddenly there seemed to be no space for the home side, with yellow shirts buzzing around like wasps in a sunny pub garden.Gonzalo Higuain turned in Sami Khedira's flick to equalise and Paulo Dybala carved through the heart of the defence to lash in what proved to be the winner.
@rocks1883 There are many issues with a performance that bad, but apart from losing to yet another God awful team like East Thurrock, WHY did it take until 75 minutes to actually attack? We have a tall striker that everyone seems to think essential, main problem is, he's no good!
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