Twitter Reacts to Saturday's PL Action With Particular Scorn Poured on Sorry Old Arsenal

Dan Youde
90Min

​It's been another busy day in the Premier League, with lots of goals, a late winner and more controversy heaped on Arsene Wenger - the Gunners  fell to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of West Brom, which means the north London side having now lost four of their last five. 


Of course, this has only lead to more speculation surrounding Wenger's position, and the man himself stated after the game that he would reveal all regarding his future 'very soon'.


West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal - Premier League

Elsewhere, Chelsea snatched a late winner thanks to Gary Cahill after Jon Walters cancelled out Willian's free-kick, resulting in a victory that has left many claiming the title race is now well and truly over.  Wins for Everton, Crystal Palace and Leicester, as well as a draw between Sunderland and Burnley rounds up the rest of the action.

As always, football fans took to Twitter to have their say on the weekend's events... 

...Starting off with Arsenal, who might replace Wenger if he does indeed leave?


On the flip-side however, after four wins in four, Leicester must be happy with life under Craig Shakespeare so far...


...And as for Chelsea, well...



Meanwhile, Liverpool must regret sending Mamadou Sakho on loan to Palace after the French international helped his new club to yet another clean sheet; indeed, Sakho is probably dancing on air at the moment...


...On the blue side of Merseyside, Everton fans might still be optimistic/delusional about keeping Romelu Lukaku after his two goals against Hull today:

As for Sunderland fans, well, they have basically given up hope on retaining their Premier League status after Saturday's draw with Burnley...

...But of course, the big talking point of the day remains Arsenal, with some of their 'fans' flying a 'Wenger Out' banner over the Hawthorns...


Leading to them to being the centre of attention for a few hours:





But let's spare a final thought for how Arsenal fans must be feeling after today...

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