1. Lack of defensive awareness: This error was the primary contributor to Arsenal allowing the first goal to be scored against them. This is due to the fact that the center-backs were not as alert as necessary to eliminate the threat.
If you look at the photo above, you'll see that the two center backs for Arsenal were supposed to man-mark Callum Wilson. However, they failed to do so. However, they were not successful in doing it.
2. The failure of the Gunners to maintain adequate communication was the cause of the second goal that their opponents scored against them. This is as a result of the permeable nature of their offside trap communication.
The sequence of events that led to Arsenal's second goal being allowed is depicted in the snapshot that can be found above. When you look at the photo that is above, you will see that the defensive team was attempting to keep the offside trap in place.
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