Arsenal fans roast Mesut Ozil on social media following Hull City clash

The pressure was on the Gunners after back-to-back defeats against Watford and Chelsea, with the unrest and frustration building at the club once again with their Premier League title hopes seemingly ended for another year.

Upon further questioning he addressed Wright's admission that he thought Wenger looked exhausted and ready to quit by adding: "I appreciate people want me to rest - but I am not ready for that".

Gabriel Jesus has made an electrifying start to life in Manchester, scoring three goals in as many league appearances and giving City an extra spring in their step.

Arsenal eventually broke the deadlock in the 33rd minute when the ball went in Eldin Jakupovic's clearance sailed into the back of the net via Alexis Sanchez's hand.

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.

Alexis Sanchez scored with his hand as Arsenal took the lead against Hull.

" I feel that right after this season, he might leave", Ian sighed, in an interview with BBC Radio. When you lose two games you have to fight for some confidence'.

And for his second, Sam Clucas handled the ball to deny Lucas Perez and give away a penalty, which Sanchez converted.

The victory momentarily moves Arsenal into third, level on points with Tottenham and nine behind Chelsea, while Hull remain 18th, a point from safety.

Hull's defences were finally breached 10 minutes before the break and even then, the goal came in controversial circumstances.

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"Of course I am not happy and I think we didn't deserve this result", the Portuguese said.

Amid mounting dissent within Arsenal's fanbase, Wenger has urged everyone associated with the club to rally behind his team ahead of tomorrow's home game against Marco Silva's revitalised Hull.

  • Julie Sanders