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Carragher hammers Arteta over 'extremely gullible' choice in Arsenal's misfortune.


Jamie Carragher thinks Arsenal supervisor Mikel Arteta was "exceptionally credulous" for playing a back four against Chelsea's back three on Sunday.

The Gunners were outflanked by Thomas Tuchel's side as first-half objectives from debutant Romelu Lukaku and wing-back Reece James got a 2-0 success for the Blues

Arteta is as of now going under pressure from the Arsenal fanbase with the misfortune against Chelsea coming not long after their first day of the season rout to recently advanced Brentford.

I and Kieran Tierney with Carragher feeling "sorry" for Mari for facing Lukaku "one versus one".

Carragher said on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football: "Viewing what they didn't when you're playing against Chelsea it's the manner by which you manage their framework – a middle forward and two numbers 10s and wing-backs like wingers. Munititions stockpile – a back four against a back three was exceptionally innocent.

"I faced Lukaku and Dider Drogba and I felt frustrated about Mari. To be left one versus one all through that game, regardless of what your identity is, you would get rolled. I required assistance with Drogba, Mari required assistance.

"The most ideal approach to portray Arsenal is that they attempted to play like Man City and Liverpool would do, yet they don't have the players.

"Liverpool will not change against them. Van Dijk is one of the players that will fancy his possibilities against Lukaku yet Liverpool will be daring, Jurgen Klopp will be bold, since he has somebody of that height. Liverpool will play to push up to the midway line.

"I'm doing whatever it takes not to thump Lukaku, yet what he did yesterday doesn't mean he will do that consistently. That is awful association from Arsenal. He's a modest bunch and a top striker however that football was Arsenal's own doing."

In the meantime, Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka says that "no season completes after a few games" because of early-season analysis.

When inquired as to whether he and his partners are propelled by analysis, Xhaka answered: "obviously.

"A many individuals attempt to talk and to kill somewhat the players and the group yet the most grounded thing to do right now is to be together, and just together will we be more grounded and give the outcomes on the pitch after.

"We need to accomplish something significant, obviously. After two games many individuals are talking about this group and about this club however, I will say, no season completes after a few games.

"We actually have games still before us, we realize we need to work on a great deal of things and I'm certain we will do that."

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