Report: Arsenal 4-1 Sunderland (inc. goals)

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Olivier Giroud - Sunderland

Arsenal: Szczesny, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Arteta, Rosicky, Wilshere, Cazorla, Podolski, Giroud

Subs: Fabianski, Jenkinson, Flamini, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Gnabry, Sanogo, Bendtner

Arsenal closed the gap on leaders Chelsea to just a point with a 4-1 win over Sunderland at the Emirates this afternoon.

Arsene Wenger made a number of changes from the team that faced Bayern, bringing back Giroud, Podolski, Arteta, Rosicky and Monreal to the starting line-up. Mesut Ozil didn’t make the squad because of a ‘thigh injury’.

After a difficult night on Wednesday, Arsenal need a bright start and they got it, Olivier Giroud opening the scoring after just five minutes. It began with lovely midfield play by Arsenal, Jack Wilshere got into the box, he played it square to Giroud and he couldn’t miss from around the penalty spot, sliding it past former Gunner Vito Mannone. 1-0.

Despite dominating Arsenal had to be alert and Wojceich Szczesny got down well to claim a low cross which deflected as Sunderland broke from an Arsenal corner.

Lukas Podolski hit a 21st minute screamer with his left foot which Mannone saved well, while Koscielny had to head away a dangerous Adam Johnson free kick at the other end.

It was a first half of little decisive action, with Sunderland sitting deep and Arsenal struggling to find space or create real openings. Tomas Rosicky tred his luck from distance, and then Sunderland gifted Arsenal a second goal.

A terrible back pass from Vergini played in Giroud, who rolled it past Mannone from close range to make it 2-0.

Arsenal were confident, Bacary Sagna shot from 35 yards and saw his effort deflect wide, while Lukas Podolski saw a low free kick deflect out from a good position, and that confidence was apparent in Arsenal’s third which came in the 42nd minute.

It was similar to the goal against Norwich. A series of one-touch passes got Arsenal to the edge of the box. Rosicky played it to Giroud who flicked it back to the Czech, and as Mannone came out, Rosicky dinked it over him to make it. A truly fantastic team goal to make it 3-0, and Arsenal took that lead into the break.

Arsenal made a half-time change, bringing on Carl Jenkinson for Nacho Monreal with Bacary Sagna moving to left back, while the visitors made a double change as Larsson and Giaccherini came on.

It made a difference as Sunderland played with much more purpose and desire. Szczesny had to make a good save from Borini, and Arsenal’s defence was put under some genuine pressure for the first time in the game.

Giaccherini got a yellow card for hauling down Giroud, and in the 57th minute Arsenal scored again. Vergini hacked a routine clearance just wide of his far post which gave Arsenal a corner. From the set-piece Cazorla’s kick found Koscielny unmarked and the centre-half planted a downward header into the net to make it 4-0.

When Sunderland did get forward they found Sagna and Mertesacker in irresistible form but in the 67th minute Arsenal were forced into another change when Koscielny picked up a knock and was replaced by Mathieu Flamini.

The visitors tried to take advantage of the defensive reshuffle, Larsson heading back across goal to Ki who forced Szczesny into a good save down low at his near post.

Serge Gnabry came on for Tomas Rosicky as Arsene Wenger made his final change of the day, and the young German had a great chance to make it five, but slipped when he took the shot after a good Jack Wilshere pass.

Moments later Seb Larsson fired a free kick just wide of the far post after Jenkinson had given away a free kick in a dangerous area, and when Giroud gave away a free kick out wide Sunderland punished Arsenal. Szczesny punched the free kick out, it fell to Giaccherini and he lashed home a low shot from 30 yards. 4-1.

It was the first Premier League goal Arsenal have conceded at home since the 1-1 draw with Everton back in December.

Serge Gnabry tested Mannone with a left footed drive, while Jack Wilshere looked to pick up a strain towards the final stages of the game.

In the end it was a comfortable, impressive won for the Gunners, but if there’s a downside to such a win it’ll be the worries over the injuries. Hopefully there’s nothing too serious going on.

In the meantime, enjoy the three points!

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Indonesian Gooner

That’s as comfy as it comes. Onwards and upwards!

Previgo

Em! Whats up with the knocks? Heard wenger picked up a knock too while trying to zip up his coat, and TGSTEL picked up a knock too when applauding the brilliant 1-touch goal by rosicky.. Oh shit! Just picked up a knock while typing too.. COYG!

Dracular

The much needed feel good feeling with classy goals

goonerratic

Get those bitches lined up if that’s what it takes to get a performance like that from Giroud.

Harsh

People are saying that second goal was a gift, but wasn’t that excellent from giroud, finishing with a one touch shot from between mannone legs, from a tight angle and the goalkeeper very well positioned ?

Rufusstan

Exactly. Commentary was talking about Sunderland not pressing Arsenal and giving them room, bit it was Arsenal pressing them that caused a whole lot of the problems, and the goal came from that.

Captain's Armband

bend over then.

Bergkamp fan

They were definitely trying to impress DB10. Proud to use that as my name, especially today :’)

P.S.
Giroud and hat-tricks, unfortunately, a love story as bad as twilight.

Bergkamp fan

Eh, no pun intended with the ‘love story’ and ‘Giroud’ part. xD

jack jack jack

Where’s the pun?

AP

Strictly platonic, mind you

thw14

Perfect game for the Bergkamp statue unveiling – making the tricky look easy and, occasionally, just sublime.

aussie gooner

Great display from the boys today, great recovery after Bayern.

Seeing a lot of support for ozil which is nice to see, but also seeing a lot of abuse for anyone who doesn’t praise him, which includes me. Seen people on the live blog call those who criticise ozil “cunts” and plastic fans. Just because I don’t agree with you on a player doesn’t make me a cunt or a plastic fan.
To people saying criticism of ozil is like criticising giroud and ramsey, It really isn’t. I criticise ozil because in most games it appears as if he isn’t trying ( in my personal opinion which could be wrong). Where as Ramsey and Giroud both run their guts out for this team and never have to be told by their team mates to applaud the fans or do their defensive job ( Flamini to ozil vs bayern). I have also realised that Ozil ran the 3rd most on the pitch that day which means I am wrong about his work rate for the night, but again, that doesn’t make me a cunt or a fucking plastic fan. So before you dish out shit like that, accept that criticism is a part of the game, especially when it’s for effort and work rate rather than skill level.

Just think what if bendtner is the one who refused to applaud the fans against City, wouldn’t everyone be abusing him for weeks and months after?

Turkis Gooner

10/10 writing the first comment at the speed of light 😀

Captain's Armband

“type text into pre – exisiting article comment section, copy, refresh arseblog looking for match report, paste”

kafka

Ozil didn’t play today.
No need to feel so persecuted, you’re entitled to your opinion.

Dick Swiveller

Well said, being wrong doesn’t make you a cunt.

dink arnold

Being a dick swiveller might… Do cunts swivel dicks?

Free

Neither does ambushing a celebratory post for all gooners to moan about his world crisis. Calling each other cunts is wrong.

Rufusstan

Big difference between criticism and abuse, and the kid is getting an undeserved lot of the latter.

When tempers are high, its hard to tell the difference sometimes, and there is an element out there that like to scapegoat: –Sell Ramsey he’ll never make it, Per is too slow, Giroud isn’t good enough, Who is that French center back from League 2 etc etc.

People are drawing conclusions about Özil after 20 odd games in a new league when other Arsenal legends have taken 2 seasons to adapt.

His big pric tag means people don’t cut him any slack, is it fair to jump on his back, just because he cost a lot of money and doesn’t settle straight away.

By the way, great game

And John Terry IS a cunt.

aussie gooner

never said any of that, He IS a great player, Best we’ve had at the club for a fair while. But I get a hint of Arrogance from him from little things such as pushing Per away when he tells him to applaud the fans and such, that’s all.

Sent Her Rose

Glad you’re humble enough to admit you were wrong, but then again that’s the whole problems isn’t it, people are quick to criticizing without the facts or common sense to bag it up. Just for the sake of “I’m entitled to my opinion” & stuff.

Well deserve rest for Ozil today btw. Comfortable win. Great job by our boys.

Too Drunk To Be Offside
Too Drunk To Be Offside

Positive criticism is always welcome, but then there is such a thing as hounding a player after a poor game or two. Ozil didn’t play today, and yet the bulk of your message is about Ozil – that is hounding a player. Get over it. Today was a Bergkamp special, and remember how in his first season he was branded a falilure too by impatient fans (such as you I may add). See how that worked out. Every player will go through poor runs and it is important to let them have their space and replenish…which was the whole point of leaving Ozil out today.

So quit hounding him, especially after a class performance like todays

Az Ahmed

Ozil is world class. It is not for no reason that the Real Madrid fans were furious when news broke of Ozil’s exit. He is THAT good. He needs maybe a season to settle in to a completely new country, new style of play, greater physicality and higher tempo. Not saying anything against Arsenal, but he was spoiled for choice at Real Madrid when it came to setting up assists. He had the likes of Ronaldo, Benzema and Di Maria. All world class players making darting runs forward all the time. Our best players, Walcott and Ramsey are currently out and not quite at the level of Ronaldo to put it mildly.
He is being asked to play a completely different role at Arsenal by not only being a provider, but to contribute far more in scoring goals.
I ask the fans to be patient because when he comes good next season or even later this season, every naysayer will be eating their words.

k

Gibbs and Monorail now out injured. ugh

Puns

monorail?

i think youve LOST TRACK of the names of arsenal players

CountLeaf

no fear, wenger will lead us to the light at the end of the tunnel.

Az Ahmed

MONO – DOH!!

Heroldgoon

I understand why Mesut was not even in today’s line up Wenger has given him an off day to bang these glamour Models.”

goonero

Imagine your boss gives you payed leave to have sex with glamour models…why do you say that like its a bad thing?

heroldgoon

Err so that joke flew over everyones head? okay then moving on.

Bendtner's Hair Band

No sir, the only flying done was goonero’s point over your head.

Don’t be mistaken.

ghanagunner

if it flew over everyone’s head then it probably is not a joke. but i say u get 1 for effort

777

What does it tell you about your joke if it flew over everyone’s head? Right it wasn’t that good to start with. Try harder next time.

Heroldgoon

Dont be john terrys

kafka

wtf? The game ended on my stream about 45 seconds ago!

goonerratic

THIS. IS. ARSEBLOG!!

KoyaGun

Oh, Arseblog bangs these reports out with frightening speeds nowadays. We do not get surprised anymore, we just enjoy it.

Silent Stan's Content Mustache
Silent Stan's Content Mustache

Nice to see Szczesny cleaning everything up (that Borini take out was nice), Get some rest, boys, we’ll need every bit of it later for deathrun II

Rufusstan

Better still the players protect each other. Borini elbows Santi, Szczesny takes him out not too much later. A bit later Per nicks the ball of him and Arteta just happens to be in the way to flatten the guy afterwards.

And that is before Flamini came on…..

goonero

Quick draw mcblogs!
Solid win, worrying about the knocks we might have, monreal wilshere kosser…lets hope nothing too serious we need as many bodies as possible for whats shaping up to be crunch time.

Indiegooner

Good win today; as far as Chelski is concerned, looks like we will have to do the deed ourself than relying on others.

Az Ahmed

I wouldn’t like to have it any other way.

Lacku

I could get used to these stress-free games. Hopefully Kos the boss, Nacho and Jack are fine. COYG!

Bucks

That Rosicky goal was from mars.

Rufusstan

Nah, they were just trying to impress the guy in the Directors’ box.

OzGooner

Pretty sure that Rosicky goal means every single one of our midfielders has scored. Now time for Kos, Verm, Jenks and Scz to net one and we’ll have a another record under our belt.

Rufusstan

/Points to 4th goal

/reduces list by one

Riyan

You forget Kos scored today…

Riyan

And you’ve forgotten Diaby.

vnet

Sadly, haven’t we all ?

wengerbot

eh kos scored.

Heroldgoon

Giroud needs to sleep with more of these big boobed glamour models.

Gooneron

Giroud sure loves scoring home and away.

Chairman Meow

you literally said that joke earlier? ha

Rufusstan

Alternatively he actually needs a week off now and again.

Maybe no one can be that HFB all of the time

CescuallyFrustrated

Got to love Super Tom.

Glocken

Good professional win by the boys, sod the downers, we can still win this league!

Bergkamp's Flight TickeT
Bergkamp's Flight TickeT

Comfortable game.. Hope the injuries aren’t too serious

RJ Gooner

Great way to bounce back lads COYG

Yegor

Ozil wasnt playing because of a dead leg hahahaha

Previgo

Knock! Knock! Knock!

Harsh

Um, who’s there ?

Bergkamp fan

Been over an hour. Guess we’ll never know who was there. 🙁

jonvafc

Thought we could’ve scored more, but a comfortable enough 3 points so can’t complain! COYG

Angolan Girl Who Loves The Gunner
Angolan Girl Who Loves The Gunner

What a game, what a day.It started with the return of an arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp, and ended with a great victory against sunderland. Congrats to giroud after the week he had, its nice to see him score again.Lets support the team no matter what.Keep the faith gooners!COYG!

palace gunner

A win is important the team know top4 is on a title thread plus chavs, coyg & city all had wins today, a good result

Arteta's hair

Norwich 2.0

sockgunner

Good result, just what we needed after bayern! Great to see Giroud sticking a couple away after his rest.

LANS

left back worries

Amusa

Can’t believe we spent £42.5M on Özil.
Such a shit player, I don’t think I even saw him on the pitch tonight.

Az Ahmed

For those thumb downers, it’s called SARCASM. Just saying

Henry! Chance! Goal!!
Henry! Chance! Goal!!

Great performance by the boys. It’s was a disappointing day. Everton and stoke couldn’t hold on. And a few injury concerns with Koscielny, Monreal, and Jack. Otherwise, what a professional performance.

Maniac

Excellent first half, with us finishing the half with a very comfortable goal margin. Nonetheless the second half is why teams don’t fear Arsenal the way they fear the likes of Man City. If teams are scared of playing us at the Emirates then that is already half the battle done. It may cause our players to be more tired in the short term, but the long term “fear factor” would be hugely beneficial. As such we should have gone and destroyed Sunderland by 6 goals or so, and offence is always the best defence so it’s likely we wouldn’t have conceded. Admittedly following the recent run of games its easy to see why Arsene opted to sit back in the second half, but I’d really like to watch Arsenal rip apart another team for the full 90 minutes once in a while. Still, a very good scoreline and 3 points in the bag, so all is well.

SG_Gooner

For a fan, it is exciting to see your team win 6-0 or 8-0 but we need to remember that we don’t really have a big squad. Also, Man City have been ripping teams apart and today they really struggled to win 1-0. So that logic might not work. More important would be to carve out wins when matches might end up as draws. In that sense, if we had taken our chances and been clinical against Chelsea and Man U, teams would probably fear us more because they would know that Arsenal don’t give up.

Fatgooner

1. Nice comfortable win… for a change.

2. Sunderland clearly not interested… probably just thinking about the cup final next week

3. Nice to see Giroud get a couple.. first was an excellent finish.

4 Szczsney proves get again that he is not a great goalkeeper… he should have caught that ball, and definitely not punched it straight down the pitch into a danger area.

5. Hope jack is not too badly injured… why didn’t Wenger just pull him off? 10 men for 5 mins at 4-1 up? No problem.

6. Hope Monreal isn’t injured badly either.. that would give us a problem.

7. Now comes the tough run of matches… this will decide if we are gonna be champs or chumps.

Dick Swiveller

I dunno, he got plenty of distance on the punch and otherwise played well, Giacherini got a little lucky with the defence opening for him too.

Not a major error, and one many goalkeepers make, even the best….now the 3 or 4 he made in the space of a month not so long ago means you might have a point, plus he isn’t actually ‘great’, just very good and also one of the best in the league imo but a little bit raw at times.

AP

While Szczsney should have stopped it, the real problem is that when the ball rolls out to a midfielder around 25-30 yards out, nobody chases it down to close it off, and not even one body is positioned just that bit higher so as to close it early. Same with Kroos goal. Yes, we don’t concede much from distance and there is a very low percentage of those chances getting converted, but still we give an awful lot of pops from distance. There’s always a chance of those happening 2-3 times in a quick period like a flash flood.

Rufusstan

Down-voted just for point 4.

Punch it 30 yards well clear of the box, and because Giaccherini manages to fire it back through 7-8 players and Wojciech cannot quite get a hand on it, its Szczesny’s fault and he’s not a great keeper.

How many goals has he conceded at the EMs this year by the way?

morefiah

So while all and sundry are talking up Scsez as the best keeper in the league, our own personal football genius says he’s not great…. I guess Hart, or De Gea, or Mignolet, or anybody else who’s not an Arsenal player is better huh? Why oh why do we always slag off our own!! The guy has kept us in more games than all of those others have done for their teams this season but he’s still not good enough. Oh wow!!!

Daves Moustache

I’m a goalkeeper and I can tell you Szczsney is a very good keeper but he’s a product of a generation where keepers are encouraged to punch the ball away rather that catch it , more than likely with lighter balls that move around more punching is a safer option if you have to suddenly adjust for the ball however I still think an attempt to catch is the better option as you keep in close if you drop it and its easier to smother a dropped ball ,than reposition for a follow up shot.
Also as said before hes kept us in at least 3 games this season I would swap him with any keeper in the world at the moment

Daves Moustache

woops wouldn’t swap him

D

Actually Shezza is statistically the best GK in the EPL by a large distance and one of the top 3 GKs in Europe this season. You could easily make a case for him to be our player of the season, he’s been that good.

heroldgoon

Its not a bad thing its a good thing, i mean look what it has done to Giroud… Before people thumb something down make sure you have grasped what i was alluding at. fickles!

AP

Now you are just trying too hard

Az Ahmed

You can’t win on Arseblog, Heroldgoon

David

Great game by Arsenal! Simply too fast for Sunderland.

Chelsea – those diving buggers!!! Did everyone see the Torres dive followed up by yet another Ramires dive? I wonder what Maureen has to say about that.

I hope Monreal is alright! Also, please sign Sagna; he excelled at 3 positions today!

vbk

This what could have happened to Bayern if we were not 1 man down.

vbk

TR7 this is why we always love you for your beautiful football

gori

They were way better off without ozil

The Playmaker

It had more to do with Rosicky’s presence than Ozil’s absence.

Dick Swiveller

And Giroud looking so much sharper.

heroldgoon

And sexier

SG_Gooner

That was a naive comment. Why should players have any attachment to the club if their own fans abuse them in the stadium. The reason we looked so good was also because we had no pressure on us from Sunderland. In the bay earn match when we were flying out and putting them under the hammer, wasn’t Ozil involved? Didn’t he win the penalty? So stop looking at Ozil as some messiah who will win us the title. He needs excellent teammates around him to bring out best in him. Teams are not built in a season.

Özil's Eyes on Arsene's Hot Thighs
Özil's Eyes on Arsene's Hot Thighs

I do agree to an extent. I didn’t have to think about someone losing the ball and not bothered about it. We have a habit of making up excuses for our players who aren’t doing enough. Bar the goals handed to him on a platter (as in the Southampton game after which he didn’t score for ages), I also thought Giroud was his usual ordinary self. Dunno what all the jizzing is about.

Darko

Sanogo made Olivier angry !

AP

Olivier finally switched to practising with his left foot

Az Ahmed

Still prefer Shango

Az Ahmed

*Sanogo

Canadian Arsenal Fan

Shango, Unchained

Az Ahmed

Papa Shango

TazzyBalboa

So glad that both Rosicky and Kos finally got on the score sheet in the league this season. Both deserved it.

Trex d' Gunner

A great win & wonderfull goals to show for it. I hope the injuries to some of our guys isn’t to bad.
And on another note, its a fact of life that John Terry is a cunt.

Big Chief from Antarctica
Big Chief from Antarctica

Great result. Had mixed feelings about too much goals against Mannone, but it’s the profession. Same goes Giroud, quite a perfomance after his turbulance. COYG

santori

Turbulence? That’s the sort of stuff that makes you stronger.:D

Rufusstan

Was actually thinking that the Sunderland keeper has been looking pretty decent recently, and despite the score, got screwed by his own defense on at least 3 of the goals.

With us probably needing a backup at the end of the season, maybe a cheeky bid is in order.

Then again; he’s Italian so probably would never settle at Arsenal 🙂 or take far too long to adapt to the club 🙂

santori

And we’re back.

Have to say this team is extremely utilitarian. It knows how to grind out the wins…except of course this is more like it, a bit more flash and a much more comfortable scoreline. Will do my heart a lot of good.:D

Perhaps we are still missing a bit of magic up top, after all this is still a team somewhat in progress and thus far (bar a couple of wins) we have flattered to deceive against the stronger opposition.

But if Glamour models do the work to get Giroud back on track, I hope Ozil is getting his and the team gets a round of them (Rosicky for sure will offer to pay)

A bit concern for injuries to Monreal and Koscielny.

I have a feeling if we beat Stoke next weekend, one of City or Chelsea will drop. But we will have to do the business in Death Run 3 and take points against those two. A win over one and a draw will be very decent for us over that stretch against the rivals.

We are coming into the business end and need to start hitting form. If this display can patapult us into the sort of form City were in (Note media will probably portray their dull 1 goal win today as the stuff of champions), we can put a devastating run in and have a great opportunity to win on both fronts domestically.

COYG!!!

ayo

great match for the greatest 10 on earth. Welcome home legend. as for the match, that third goal explains it. COYG!

santori

You couldn’t let old Dennis down.

He took the boat over to the game (or did he walk it?)

Perhaps the team watched his full repertoire of goals as an inspiration before the game.

We simply have to rediscover a bit of that panache we had and this (even though against Sunderland) is a good start.

Eddy The Gunner

Its good to see the HFB ejaculating the goals in the net too!

santori

Clearly he has been putting in the practise.

santori

…and surprisingly for us no clean sheets because of it.:D

Kazirba

That is calculated move by rosicky he is good enough infact well done

gooner odst

We really do well against the peons of the league don’t we? and long may that continue for a change.

santori

Yeah seems like we are a player (or maybe two) shy of competitive to top top quality.

OTOH could also in some ways still be a psychological issue.

I expect if we get a positive result against either of (or preferably both) Chelsea, City during Death Run 3 (seems a bit negative to call them Death Runs, they are more opportunities now), we will be a different team.

The defeat to Bayern however painful was something for the team to build on both in terms of anger and in the way we could play in the opening 20minutes before the sending off.

gooner odst

Theo and Rambo, pace and form. but even with those 2 I agree with you though.

santori

Ozil.

Perhaps it was the right thing to leave him out for this one considering the high profile miss recently and the stick he is getting from the media.

With Bergkamp present and the cameras likely to make even more of a meal out of Ozil on the bench, may as well give him the day off and hopefully he will come back with renewed conviction.

He is an extremely talented footballer who has provided us a load of assists in his maiden season for us but is capable of better. I think the central issue with him is he is a bloke who sees the glass half empty and drops his head too quickly when the going does not fall his way. That is not an issue of capability but simply attitude and is an easy fix. It is also all too commonly symptomatic of a lot of our fan base.

Now who wants Wenger to spend big again? 😀

Expect Ozil to come back stronger. He will be hurt by being left out on this one.

Too Drunk To Be Offside
Too Drunk To Be Offside

Again, why the message about Ozil, he was not involved. Thats just hounding. Leave him be and let him enjoy the break.

Instead what a great performance it was and lets talk about that.

Merlin's Panini

Good to see a nice 4 goaler. We’ve not done it often this season. Feels good when that other lot around us really huffed and puffed for a result for a change.
The third goal really was special. That’s the team goal of the season, easily. City could never do that.
Hopefully the injuries aren’t too bad because we’re looking pretty thin at the back suddenly. Fingers crossed Monreal was just taken off as a precaution.

santori

Flamini in defense is even more worrying.

Vermalen chose the wrong time to have a spell on the sideline.

Hope Koscielny recovers first and foremost.

santori

OTOH great to see both Rosicky and Podolski starting.

If Wenger is guilty of anything, it may be nor freshening up as efficiently as we could.

We need this sort of rotation for the team to sustain an effort through 90 minutes.

papapapap

Excellent bouncebackability displayed once again! Sign of champions

Dara

It was God, Jesus and eleven of his followers (well this Jesus needed only eleven)

santori

Who needs Jesus when Dennis is watching?;)

Iceman

Even Dennis would have been proud of that 3rd goal! It was wonderful seeing Bergkamp at the Emirates. The man who made me fall in love with the Arsenal!! Anyways someone was due a paddling since we havnt done that a lot this season. Onwards and upwards.COYG!!

Fatboy gooney

Kiss my big fat…ARSEBLOG.
some cunt off, some cunt on.
love u arseblog.

Ugandan Gooner

Good things happen when ‘GOD’ is watching at the Emirates. Up the Arse!!!

Too Drunk To Be Offside
Too Drunk To Be Offside

Great performance guys … well done. I know Sunderland made it easy, but after the recent run, a thumping win was a must and thus excellent. No poor performances today and everyone was stellar. Wilshire ran the show and was one of his more complete performances in recent times. Giroud found his scoring boots again, it was nice to see Podolski start, I think he has been way underutilized this season.

Two HUGE games up next, no scope of slip ups.

Wilshere's Thighs

I can see tomorrows headlines already;

Brave Chelsea win at the death
Man City class finally tells
Lucky Arsenal down struggling Sunderland

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