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Arsenal's Koscielny, Iwobi and Emery only worth 4/10 for loss at Southampton

A Danny Ings brace and a late Charlie Austin winner helped Southampton triumph over Arsenal, ending the Gunner's four-month unbeaten run.
Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop break down Arsenal's surprising loss to Southampton and determine if more defensive struggles are on the horizon for the Gunners.
Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop break down Arsenal's surprising loss to Southampton, and determine if more defensive struggles are on the horizon for the Gunners.

Arsenal's 22-match unbeaten run came to a screeching halt with a 3-2 loss at Southampton on Sunday.

The hosts took full advantage of the Gunners' makeshift defence to give new manager Ralph Hasenhuttl a first Premier League victory. All three Southampton goals came from crosses into the box, with Danny Ings heading in the first two and Charlie Austin netting the winner in the 85th minute.

Arsenal managed to level the match twice through two Henrikh Mkhitaryan goals but couldn't find a third equaliser...

Bernd Leno solidifies starting role, Granit Xhaka culpable as Arsenal draw with Wolves

LONDON -- Henrikh Mkhitaryan's late goal rescued a point for Arsenal against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday, as the Gunners fought back for a 1-1 Premier League draw at home for the second week in a row.

With their attack stuttering throughout the game, Arsenal needed a slice of luck to find a leveler as Mkhitaryan's cross toward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang floated over the striker and straight into the far corner in the 86th minute.

It canceled out Ivan Cavaleiro's first-half opener for Wolves,...

Arsenal boss Unai Emery praises Bernd Leno after Petr Cech injury

LONDON -- Arsenal coach Unai Emery praised goalkeeper Bernd Leno for seizing his moment in Saturday's 2-0 win over Watford, with the goalkeeper making crucial saves after Petr Cech went off injured.

Leno had to come on for his Premier League debut moments before half-time after Cech limped off. The German then made two important saves in the second half, denying Troy Deeney and Andre Gray with the score still 0-0, before the Gunners netted two late goals to secure the win.

"He has been working every...

Bernd Leno 'frustrated' at being Petr Cech understudy at Arsenal

Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno has admitted "it's a bit frustrating" to serve as Petr Cech's backup and is still hoping to play in the Premier League this season.

Leno made his debut in Arsenal's 4-2 win over FC Vorskla in the Europa League on Thursday, where he had little to do before being beaten by two late strikes.

He has been on the bench for the Gunners' first five Premier League games as coach Unai Emery has opted to stick with Cech as his No. 1 despite spending €25 million on Leno this...

Lucas Torreira excels, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang back in the goals as Arsenal cruise in Europe

Unai Emery's first European game as Arsenal head coach ended in a 4-2 home win over Vorskla, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoring twice.

It was an insipid first half hour but the game sprung to life on 32 minutes when Arsenal profited from a miscalculated dummy to launch a rapid counter-attack, finished off by Aubameyang. Danny Welbeck claimed his second of the season when heading home after 48 minutes and Aubameyang made it three as Vorskla continued to crumble on 56 minutes, curling home a...

Arsenal's Petr Cech: I am playing for my future with contract expiring in summer

Petr Cech has said he is playing for his future at Arsenal as he still doesn't know what will happen when his contract expires at the end of the season.

Cech, 36, has so far managed to hold on to his position as Unai Emery's No. 1 in the Premier League, with Leno set to make his Arsenal debut in Thursday's Europa League game against FC Vorskla, but he admitted he still has to fight to keep his spot, and is unsure what the future holds.

"I'm in the last year of the contract so I guess it depends...