Danny Welbeck and Arsenal’s season are looking grim
Arsenal’s season started off rather promising as they managed to seal up the top spots of the Premier League and stay up to par with the table-toppers Leicester City for the majority of the season but after a recent string of underwhelming results and dropped points, Arsenal started to lose their pace for the league title and the only way that the team of Arsene Wenger can become the champions of England will be if Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur both begin to lose matches at a consistent basis.
There is a realistic possibility of Arsenal becoming the new champions of England but it will ultimately depend on the results that the top 2 clubs manage to get and from the looks of it, they don’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
In Arsenal’s Champions League run, Arsene Wenger’s team failed to reach the quarter-finals of the European competition as they lost against Barcelona with an aggregate score of 5-1. After these matches were over, Danny Welbeck had a few things to say in relation to why Arsenal lost and why they have been falling apart in these later stages of the season.
“We had some chances, it was difficult to come here 2-0 down but we had a plan to get through, it was a difficult occasion for us and unfortunately we couldn’t get through.We had a couple of opportunities where we should have done better and with the quality they have then they are clinical when they have chances.Coming to the Nou Camp you really want to leave your mark, we could have done better in certain situations and it is disappointing.”
Unfortunately for Arsene Wenger, the FA Cup is another piece of silverware that they aren’t going to be securing in this season after being eliminated after losing against Watford, this is a trophy that Arsenal will have to forget about.
Arsenal’s campaign is starting to look a little bleak just as Danny Welbeck who was recently dropped from England’s friendly game against Netherlands. Jamie Vardy, Daniel Sturridge, Harry Kane were chosen ahead of Welbeck as he is losing his influence with the English national football team.