Ian Wright has expressed his dissatisfaction with one of Arsene Wenger’s decisions during the clash against Hull City yesterday.
The Gunners boss was serving his last game of the touch-line ban on Saturday as Arsenal responded to back-to-back defeats to Watford and Chelsea with a 2-0 victory over the Tigers.
However, Wenger has still not escaped criticism from fans and pundits as his side sits 10 points behind the league leaders.
And according to former Arsenal striker Ian Wright, the manager’s decision to substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain despite the midfielder’s impressive performance was not right.
“He’s got injured and doesn’t seem to be able to hold down a place.” Wright told BBC Match of the day
“It always annoys me. I mean, why does he [Wenger] take him [Oxlade-Chamberlain] off in that game when he’s having such a good game?
“It must be so demoralising for him.”
As he deals with limited opportunity to impress under Wenger, Oxlade-Chamberlain ‘mistakenly’ liked a post on Twitter recently which was calling for the Frenchman to leave the club.