Arsenal followed up their victory over Tottenham with a hard-fought 3-2 win over Liverpool to finish the weekend top of the table and the only side most people are saying can give Manchester City some sort of race.
Listening to Bein Sports after the game was hilarious.
“Liverpool were on the wrong end of all the decisions,” cried Richard Keys, backed up by Andy Gray.
Arsenal’s penalty? Not a penalty!
The Gabriel ‘handball’ when it was struck at him from less than a metre away? That should have been a Liverpool penalty.
Gabriel Martinelli’s opener? Offside.
It was amazing.
They did not, of course, mention Tsikikas on Saka or Gabriel Jesus.
There also seemed no reason for their outrage.
Some Arsenal fans will immediately jump on the idea that they just hate Arsenal, but Keys tipped Arsenal to win before the game, yet he was convinced Liverpool had been really hard done by.
At halftime they spent a weird amount of time analysing the first goal, trying to show that an onside Bukayo Saka was offside.
That no lines were not provided caused Richard Keys to go a very special kind of pink at full-time, when Gray expressed his surprise that they still hadn’t been provided.
“You know they won’t be,” Keys stomped.
Advantage to the attacker clearly means nothing in his wonky world.