Arsenal were humbled by Manchester City on Sunday as they lost 3-1 to the Premier League champions at The Etihad.
It was a disastrous start for Arsenal, as Sergio Aguero opened the scoring in the first minute of the game.
Arsenal skipper Laurent Koscielny levelled in the 11th minute as he headed home from point-blank range after a corner was flicked his way.
City then went on to dominate the game and Aguero scored another two to complete his hat-trick and claim the three points for the home side.
Here are four things we learned from the game…
Arsenal don't have the quality
Manchester City just had far more quality in their side, that was clear to see. Aguero didn’t need many chances to tuck three away.
Mustafi isn't good enough
Within the opening minute he was caught out, playing everyone onside by a mile… he needs to replaced in the summer.
There was no width
Unless it was Kolasinac coming forward, Arsenal found it difficult to find any space out wide, with Alex Iwobi turning in a poor display.
It was criminal that Arsenal didn't sign any defenders
Arsenal have been left with bare bones after a string of injuries to defenders and it is taking it’s toll on the results. Manchester City took advantage to full effect, as they tore the likes of Lichtsteiner and Mustafi to shreds.