Arsenal fans have had enough of two players following Burnley performance

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Arsenal fans are less than pleased with Hector Bellerin and Willian after their 1-0 loss to Burnley. Mikel Arteta’s men have come under mounting pressure in recent weeks after some woeful performances in the Premier League.

Arsenal stars Willian and Hector Bellerin have been blasted by fans after another abysmal display.

It comes after the Gunners succumbed to a shock 1-0 loss to Burnley at the Emirates after an own goal from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Granit Xhaka was sent off moments before after another incident highlighting the shocking discipline problems Arsenal have.

That was the sixth red card under Mikel Arteta since his arrival – two times more than anyone else in that period of time.

And fans were furious with the form of Bellerin and Willian on the right-hand side.

The duo were incredulously sloppy and seemed intent on taking the easy option, rarely gambling to try and take the Gunners into the lead.

It has been a common theme for the two of them, who have been slaughtered by fans for their poor displays recently. 


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One fan tweeted: “Imagine how half decent we’d be if we dropped Bellerin and Willian sigh.”

Another wrote: “Why is Bellerin playing ahead of AMN?”

“AMN needs to replace ‘backwards Bellerin,” this fan posted.

And another supporter said: “Bellerin and Willian should not be on that pitch. They haven’t f***ing earned it. Arteta is doing crime at Arsenal. #ARSBUR #ArtetaOut”

A fifth said: “Bellerin is done man, I don’t know what’s wrong with the guy.”

“This right hand side is a shamble. Bellerin and Willian with only back passes in their mind,” another tweeted.

While another said: “No idea why we persist on starting Willian, even Bellerin over Maitland Niles.”

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