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Twitter reacts at Iwobi's missed opportunity before Arsenal conceded a goal

James Alonge
ANALYST
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AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal FC - Premier League
AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal FC - Premier League

It is no longer news that Arsenal are back to winning ways after recoding a 2-1 away win at Bournemouth. That win puts the gunners within a point of Chelsea in fourth place.

However, during the game some fans were not particularly happy with Alex Iwobi for his indecision when in the Bournemouth 18-yard box. He had time to shoot and force Asmir Begovic to make a save but he did not.

The ball was dispossesed off him and led to a counter attack where the gunners conceded the equaliser in the dying minuted of the first half.

During halftime, some fans took to twitter to express their disgust at Alex Iwobi's indecision which led to the Bournemouth goal.

Here are some tweets to Iwobi's indecision.

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Some fans however were not particularly impressed with the criticism that was targeted at the Nigerian International who in their opinion had a fairly good game in the first half.

Alex Iwobi had a very good game as he was a constant threat throughout against the opposition. However the fans were not too impressed with the Nigerian international for his role in the goal conceded in the added time of the first half.

However, he did redeem himself later in the second half of the game with a much stronger display in the second half, holding off defenders when under pressure and did not look to give the ball away.

The highlights of his much improved performance has to be the defense-splitting pass which he made inside the Bournemouth fullback which released Sead Kolasinac.

The Bosnian put in a very good cross for Pierre Emerick Aubameyang who prodded home from close range.

After the game, the Nigerian international was not perturbed by what fans must have thought of him. So he took to twiter to post this:-


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James Alonge
ANALYST
I am an unbiased and objective sports writer who looks at the drama, the intrigues and probables in the sporting world
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