The 2016/17 Premier League season has finished and although there were some promising moments, it wouldn’t be right to ignore the worst ones that hurt Arsenal and their supporters alike.

Here’s a list of five of the worst Premier League moments the Gunners have endured last season.

1Opening day disaster

August’s 4-3 defeat to Liverpool at the Emirates highlighted our frailties, and while far from a fully-strength side, that shouldn’t be an excuse to concede four in the first fixture of a new season – especially considering Arsenal took the lead.

Arsenal started brightly and Aaron Ramsey had plenty of chances to break the deadlock before Theo Walcott slammed home on the half-hour mark. Philippe Coutinho’s excellent free-kick from range beat Petr Cech and Liverpool used that goal as momentum in the early stages of the second-half.

Sitting far too deep and ball-watching with no press, Liverpool were enjoying themselves as goals from Adam Lallana and Coutinho saw them take the lead.

Sadio ManĂ©’s solo run saw him burst past the Gunners backline as if no-one was there to make it 4-1 and a chorus of boos could be heard around the ground as the Senegalese forward raced away to celebrate with Klopp and his team-mates.

It was embarrassing as the home team, allowing Liverpool to control the tempo.

Naturally, only at 4-1 down did Arsenal get themselves back into proceedings – but it was too late to salvage a result.