Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has expressed his frustration after Arsenal’s 3-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. 

Arsene Wenger’s men followed up Tuesday’s unexpected 2-1 loss to Watford with another abysmal result as Chelsea secured a comfortable victory.

And according to Oxlade-Chamberlain, the Gunners’ familiar problem of not being clinical in front of goal when needed is what saw them drop more points at Stamford Bridge.

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“We didn’t take our chances and made some crucial mistakes at crucial times,” the midfielder said after the game.

“They took their chances – I think the first goal was a little bit unlucky on our part. They hit the crossbar and the bounce went for them. Alonso got the jump on Hector and that was 1-0. But we knew we were still in the game, and at half-time we said we had to keep going.

“We came out in the second half and controlled spells of the game. They controlled spells but it was a great goal from Eden Hazard, which we should have stopped earlier at source.

“That was disappointing. Then a mistake at the end killed the game for us. Olivier got one back but at the end it was too late.

“At the top level, against a team like Chelsea, there’s a good chance they’ll punish you if you make mistakes and they did that today.”

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