'Wenger Out' takes 30 minutes to trend on Twitter as Arsenal struggle against Leicester

ShareClose Comments
The Gunners faithful were taken on a roller-coaster of emotions on the first day of the Premier League season - and that was before half-time!

It took just a handful of minutes for Arsenal fans' enthusiasm to wane away at the start of this new season - and a few more for a familiar chant to pick up speed. 

Alexandre Lacazette's goal in the second minute had the Gunners dreaming of the Premier League title, infinite riches and world domination as they hosted Leicester City in the season's opening clash on Friday night. 

But those dreams quickly turned sour when Shinji Okazaki levelled, and by the time Jamie Vardy had given Leicester the lead supporters had seen just about enough. 

Just 30 minutes is how long it took for 'Wenger Out' to start trending again on Twitter, even if Danny Welbeck calmed some nerves by sending Arsenal into the break level at 2-2.

Next article:
MLS trade tracker: All of the latest transfers across the league
Next article:
Liga MX transfer news: The latest rumors and chisme in Mexican soccer
Next article:
'Lukaku's lack of celebration disrespectful to his team-mates'
Next article:
Everton 3 Swansea City 1: Sigurdsson strike helps to sink former club
Next article:
How Gabriel Jesus almost had his legs broken