Premier League 2017/18: Arsenal 3-3 Liverpool, 5 Talking Points
As is often expected from these two sides, Arsenal and Liverpool produced another game of end-to-end football that's only given us a tease of what this Festive season holds.
Liverpool started the game in style thanks to a lovely header from Philippe Coutinho in the first half. Mohamed Salah added another in the second before Arsenal scored three from Alexis Sanchez, Granit Xhaka and Mesut Ozil. Roberto Firmino scored another deep in the second half.
Two halves of terrible defending, brilliant attacking and non-existent midfield-ing pretty much sum up the game but here are five things we learnt nonetheless.
#5 Arsenal lack fire, talent and drive
As is the case with Arsenal these days, they're as predictable as a pandora box. You never know what you expect when the team sheets are out irrespective of who's on it.
Arsene Wenger will be the obvious lightning rod for criticism but a number of their key players are beginning to show cracks when it really matters. Without the need to name anyone, all four departments of the team need cleansing.