‘Wenger made terrible mistake’ – Fans attack Oxlade-Chamberlain again after Gnabry show
Apart from the recent injury worries, Arsenal fans appear to have more to complain about during the current international break.
The Gunners were linked with a move for several attacking midfielders during the summer after saying goodbye to Tomas Rosicky in June.
However, a rumoured deal to sign Leicester City star Riyad Mahrez failed to materialise as Arsene Wenger kept faith in the options he had in his squad.
The Arsenal manger also felt the need to offload a few players in that department as the likes of Joel Campbell and Jack Wilshere went out on loan before Serge Gnabry sealed a permanent move to Werder Bremen on transfer deadline day.
That particular transfer was not greeted with the approval of many fans, and after the 21-year-old scored a hat-trick for Germany on Friday, the blame game resumed on Twitter.
Many fans have directed their frustration towards Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who is of course one of the players Wenger kept over Gnabry.
Gnabry hat-trick for Germany and we have Ox trying to hit the Arsenal Clock with his crosses
— Joe (@HighburyJoe) November 11, 2016
Wenger made a horrible mistake by selling Gnabry without buy-back clause and keeping Ox. Absolutely terrible
— Nigerian Hleb (@MajesticIwobi) November 11, 2016
People dismissing Gnabry scoring a hat trick because its only San Marino, don't see Ox scoring hat tricks for his country, know who I'd have
— Mr DT © (@mrdt2016) November 11, 2016
Gnabry is going to be the one that got away. Well let's continue to believe the Ox will realize his potential
— LittleMozart (@FutbolFan5) November 11, 2016
So people are giving The Ox stick because Gnabry played well last night? Our 'supporters' can be strange at times. And that's being polite.
— Wrighty (@_Wrighty7) November 12, 2016