Alexis Sanchez brace helps Arsenal defeat Hull amid controversy

"Despite his great job with the north Londeners, I am now unsure whether it is good decision for the club or not", he said talkSPORT.

Arsenl beat Hull 2-0 in the Premier League clash at the Emirates in the Saturday early kick off.

Alexis Sanchez scored both goals, the first which appeared to go in off his hand and the second in stoppage time from the penalty spot, to give them victory.

"I want more from my team after our last two results".

Wenger's men have an opportunity to make up some ground on their bitter rivals tomorrow, when they host Hull City, whilst Pochettino's men face the more daunting challenge of a trip to Anfield to take on Liverpool.

Gibbs escaped with a yellow card for bundling Markovic over when the on-loan Liverpool man sprung away from the Arsenal backline, but Hull wasted the set-piece opportunity.

"Is it deliberate? "No", Thierry Henry said on Sky Sports at half time".

Wright also said Wenger looked exhausted and like "he has lost all his wind" after the team's losses to Watford and Chelsea ramped up the pressure on the Arsenal boss.

That win underlined Chelsea's status as the firm favourites to win the Premier League title this season, with the Blues now nine points clear at the top of the table.

Sanchez possesses more character than his German counterpart, as evidenced by his two goals on Saturday. The last time Silva was in the dug-out at Emirates Stadium, he was in charge of Olympiakos and the Greek side stunned Arsenal 3-2 in the Champions League in September 2015.

Handball claims also surrounded the Chile international's 34th-minute opener and, having reviewed replays of the incident at the interval, Clattenburg told Hull's players he erred for allowing the goal to stand after Arsenal's top scorer bundled home via his raised right arm.

Playing at home against a team in the relegation zone, our boys often looked tactically disorganized and never really seemed to impose their will against Hull City or string together anything impressive from open play.

"It's not a good congratulations for me", he told BBC Match of the Day when receiving praise for his team's performance.

United dominated the first half and had their reward in the 32nd minute when Juan Mata side-foooted them in front, before Anthony Martial's third goal of the season doubled the advantage on the hour.

  • Julie Sanders