Arsenal second time lost in 2012

January 15, 2012 5:00pm CST
As we know that Arsenal unable to win the match against Swansea last night, they have lost 2-3 by the host, this was their second time lost after beateb by Fulham recently. Although just promoted to premier league Swansea has shown great effort and motivation to conquer the gunners. In facts, Arsenal has succeed to caught up and tied the game by 2-2 with RVP and Theo Walcott goal.However, one minute later Graham successfully pass through offside trap and scored final goal to make it 3-2 for the host. In overall, Wenger blamed to the referee decision on penalty that make Swansea scored first goal and Gunners defenders lack of performance.. What do you think about this game? Swansea City: Michel Vorm, Ashley Williams, Steven Caulker, Neil Taylor, Angel Rangel, Leon Britton, Kemy Agustien ('45 Gylfi Sigurdsson), Scott Sinclair, Nathan Dyer ('82 Wayne Routledge), Danny Graham ('90+4 Leroy Lita) , Joe Allen Arsenal: Wojciech Szczesny, Laurent Koscielny, Per Mertesacker ('77 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain), Ignasi Miquel, Johan Djourou, Yossi Benayoun ('63 Tomas Rosicky) , Alex Song, Andrei Arshavin (Thierry Henry '63), Theo Walcott, Robin Van Persie, Aaron Ramsey
1 person likes this
2 responses
@victorkrish (1522)
• Malaysia
16 Jan 12
I think really bad luck for them beginning for the year and they have to more focus on defend area which they are poor. They should focus and stay cool to improve incoming matches to their rival and so on.
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
16 Jan 12
Another match they should have won. It was again a match in which poor defensive work cost them all three points like in the match against Fulham in the opening match of the year. Arsenal were cruising with the early goal from Van Persie. But Swansea to their credit played very well and actually dominated the play and were looking more and more like Arsenal than Arsenal themselves. Nine years ago, Arsenal was the top team while Swansea was the last team in division 4 the lowest rung of professional football in England. How times have changed in less than a decade!! Cheers! Ram