Arsenal lost at home to Frankfurt in the Europa League-group stage and are still not sure on career advancement.
Arsenal had not won in the team's last six matches before the team on Thursday night took against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League group stage.
And here was the Danish goalkeeper Frederik Rønnow with to throw more salt in the open Arsenal-wound, when he, along with the Frankfurt defeated the Premier League team 2-1.
the Result means that Arsenal still leads group F with ten points, but is not yet sure of the advancement from the group, as Frankfurt has nine points in second place, while St. Liege are the three with seven points.
In the last round of the game to Arsenal on a visit to the belgian club, while Frankfurt should try to ensure the further process in the Europa League, when the team at home taking against Guimaraes from Portugal.
According to the AFP news agency it is Arsenal's longest period without a victory since 1992, and it got the fans at the Emirates Stadium in London after the battle to hold up banners, where they demanded the Arsenal coach Unai Emerys departure.
It started it began well for the English crew, who shortly before the break brought himself in front on a goal by Pierre Emerick Aubameyang.
the Germans however came storming back on the field for the second half, which was just ten minutes old when the japanese Daichi Kamada equalized.
Ten minutes later it was Kamada again on the spot, as he hammered the ball into the end result.
At a news conference after the fight tried Unai Emery to fend off several questions about his position.
- currently, it does not go so well. We need to win and get confidence. I think that we are better than we are showing. The players, the coaches and myself, " said the 48-year-old spaniard, according to AFP.
- Right now I'm thinking about the next match, and how we can improve ourselves.
Arsenal meet Norwich at stamford bridge on Sunday in the Premier League.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 29 November 2019, 01:00