Arsenal’s Jekyll and Hyde broken down: Analysing their weirdness

It was another stress-inducing performance from The Arsenal, as they overcame their self-induced errors to secure a vital 3-1 away leg victory over Olympiakos in the Europa League on Thursday evening.

Olympiacos F.C. v Arsenal UEFA Europa League Martin odegaard of Arsenal celebrates with team mates after scoring their side s first goal during the UEFA Europa League match at Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus Copyright: Focus Imagesx
Olympiacos F.C. v Arsenal UEFA Europa League Martin odegaard of Arsenal celebrates with team mates after scoring their side s first goal during the UEFA Europa League match at Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus Copyright: Focus Imagesx

Stephen Bradley managed to glue most of the hair he pulled out back onto his head, before going over just how the Gunners put themselves into a promising position, only to squander it, before going on to win the game.

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