Arsenal v Liverpool: 5 things we learned

Allan Goodman
December 25, 2017

While discussing City's stunning winning run in the Premier League and their performances, Brady wrote in The Sun: "No team in England appear yet to have much of a clue - although in sheer attacking flair, Liverpool are a match".

JACK WILSHERE'S contract expires at the end of the season - but Arsene Wenger has suggested contract talks are progressing well.

"Firstly they made a really good transfer in getting Mohamed Salah", he said.

Roberto Firmino salvaged a point for Liverpool but this was undoubtedly a case of two points dropped for the Merseysiders, particularly given each of the goals they conceded were, to varying degrees, down to individual errors, with the goalkeeper Simon Mignolet badly at fault for Xhaka's on 56 minutes.

The Brazil global has been utilised at the top of the Liverpool team under Jurgen Klopp this season.

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"With [Ainsley] Maitland-Niles, [Hector] Bellerin, with [Alex] Iwobi and Wilshere".

Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho and Arsenal ace Mesut Ozil both ended up scoring for their respective sides.

"He is better now than in the last two or three years". Just when it seemed it was all over at the Emirates, in front of a jeering home support, Arsenal woke up from their slumber and how.

While Liverpool would be disappointed they didn't bury their chances in the first-half, Arsenal have been let off by the hook in a game which once again depicted the gulf in class between the league leaders Manchester City and the remaining contenders for a top-four finish. Perhaps nothing was more damning than Milner's admission after the game, "We've got to see the game out. We have got to become more boring", Milner said to Sky Sports.

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