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Arsenal produced a total clusterfuck of a performance and deserved to get battered by a rampant Liverpool side that scored four goals inside 18 minutes and could have added more.
Martin Skrtel converted twice from set pieces inside the first ten minutes before Raheem Stirling and Daniel Sturridge added further quick-fire goals to kill the game off.
We didn’t string together more than three consecutive passes in an opening 45 minutes that was reminiscent of the abject performance against Southampton. This time the scoreline actually reflected the home side’s dominance.
Somehow we managed not to concede during the break, although that brief period of solidity was quickly ended by Stirling who added a fifth on 51 minutes.
Arteta reduced the deficit from the spot after Gerrard felled Chamberlain but it was a low key last quarter of the game as Liverpool wound down and we accepted the inevitable defeat. Amazingly Suarez didn’t score.
We can only hope this doesn’t do lasting damage. There’s certainly no time to dwell on the result as DEATHRUN 1 continues with United’s visit on Wednesday.