[Video Goals] AC Milan 4-0 Arsenal: Clueless Gunners Demolished

By on February 15, 2012

Arsenal are all but out of the Champions League after being beaten 4-0 by AC Milan at the San Siro tonight. Goals from Kevin-Prince Boateng, a double from Robinho and a Zlatan Ibrahimovic penalty demolished a sorry Arsenal side, who put in one of the worst performances of the season.

The Gunners were second best all over the park, and despite having more possession than the Italians they failed to create in the final third, while Milan were able to cut Arsenal open at will. Watch video highlights from the game below:


AC Milan 4-0 Arsenal footyroom.com by footyroom

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11 Comments

  1. don

    February 15, 2012 at 10:49 pm

    bergkamp isn’t mad to say arsenal are predictable,sorry,wenger,today we had a chance but AW who thinks knows it all decided to not to use pace that is milan’s achilles heel,play gibbs lb,rosicky wide.AW is arrogant 4 even a kid knows OX and theo would have demolished milan,rosicky CAM but he behaves dumb,no more excuses/appologies leave the club,clueless,tactically inept just leave AW!

    • Charlie

      February 16, 2012 at 12:33 am

      Theo demolish Milan ? that must be a joke. The funny thing being that he was on the pitch for 45 minutes and you didn’t even notice him. Theo is useless.

    • master

      February 16, 2012 at 6:46 am

      please, demolished milan? can’t you see the difference in quality between those 2 sides? arsenal can win if wenger got messi or cr7… otherwise, bye bye to CL.

  2. atid

    February 15, 2012 at 11:08 pm

    My biggest disappointment was tv5 fas the.last time he played centre back i found myself writing up saying that was his worst performance in an arsenal shirt. now here i am saying that again. it seems that the form he had as a centre back is once again deserting him. it happened at ajax where he was pushed out to left back because there were better centre backs. it happened at belgium he has since even lost the captaincy. now he.is.certainly not the best centre back at arsenal either and if things carry on he will have to face facts that he is a better left back than he is a centre back.

    as for the rest well no one played well tonight

    • WoodyD

      February 16, 2012 at 4:15 am

      Sadly, I agree. Once Walcott was removed he joined Ramsey one of the two worst players on the pitch.

  3. wongok

    February 15, 2012 at 11:25 pm

    Theo Walcott and Aaron Ramsey are soooooo shit and frustrating to watch, it makes being an Arsenal fan a very mentally tiring job and with the no hope of any change and facing the disgust of all the money the fans spend being put into the pockets of the owners.

    Im out, I value my mental health more than football. Call me in 20 years time when one of our youth projects actually clicks or the owners have all the money they need and respect the fans.
    There really isn’t any incentive in supporting the team, look at how committed they are to challenges and running, look at the price of the season ticket and how one dimensional and clueless the team is. Even in games weve won this season we look shit and just scrape through to put of the criticism, the only 2 games weve played well in since april last year were blackburn home and chelsea away and in both of them we were lucky that the other team didnt know what everyone else does and chose not to play the way everyone else does against us.
    Our club is a fucking joke and nothing will be done about it. Even if we loose every game for the rest of the season except the last one Wenger will still come out and say “the squad is strong enough”, “spending money will kill a young player”, “no one is available who can improve our team” and “i must make a profit every year” ooooooooo and to top it off it will all be done after lots of comments like “something interesting may happen in the transfer window as we are in a very healthy financial position.” just to keep peoples hopes high and sell the season tickets.

    Bergkamp is wrong in saying the team is predictable. The whole club is as predictable as they come.

  4. Time up AW

    February 15, 2012 at 11:53 pm

    wenger is getting what he deserves now….the team has no spirit and certainly no motivation to play for this tactically inept idiot.4-0 just needs to be added to 4-4 last season (when 4-0 up at newcastle) and 8-2 man utd this season and 3-2 to the spuds at the emirates last season. This is not a shock……prepare for a defeat against sunderland on saturday, WENGER has to go.WENGER OUT!!!

  5. True Gooner

    February 15, 2012 at 11:57 pm

    ARSENE WENGER OUT STEVE BOULD IN.

    Please drop your resignation letter on your way home.Arsene is so clueless and dumb.

    We live in a football world where non performing Managers get kicked out and yet, we keep getting mediocrity from a man who earns more than Sir Alex Ferguson.

    Supporting AFC is not good for the health.

  6. Charlie

    February 16, 2012 at 12:36 am

    Seriously concerned about Sunderland away after scraping a victory in the league and now having the disadvantage of it coming after an away game in Europe. Highly likely that Arsenal will be left in no competitions and struggling to come 4th a week from now. Well done Ivan Gazidis, who’s jealous of Arsenal supposedly being in 3 competitions now. It was a stupid comment at the time and now looks twice as stupid.

  7. Evans

    February 16, 2012 at 3:21 am

    Wenger should pack n go, period.

  8. James P

    February 16, 2012 at 9:53 am

    Why can’t Wenger motivate players and make them hungry to win?

    Wenger is too protected thats the problem, too soft, and too money-centric and not near enough winner-centric.

    His downfall. He cant win trophies, because he cannot instill confidence, desire and win attitude … they only play well, when the pressure is OFF. Not good enough.

    Wenger must go. But I know he wont and that is SAD for Arsenal Football Club.

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