When Arsene Wenger took off Alex Iwobi and left on Olivier Giroud, the crowd at the Emirates booed.

The Frenchman was woeful for the entire game, looking statuesque and disinterested all while managing to get himself frequently offside without actually moving.

So when he rose, unchallenged, in the Norwich box to nod the ball down to Danny Welbeck, who had replaced the youngster, the Arsenal boss was somewhat vindicated in his decision.

What you maybe didn’t notice was that in the build-up to the goal, Arsenal completed 20 passes. Probably because you were asleep at that point due to the pure tedium up to that point.

Nice, eh? (we have to find *something* to be pleased about)