Worrying Alexandre Lacazette statistic emerges following Crystal Palace hammering

When Arsenal fell 3-0 to Crystal Palace, a worrying stat about his number 9 came to light in the closing stages.

The Gunners never actually showed up at Selhurst Park in front of a raucous home crowd, falling behind early when Jean Philippe Mateta headed in after a set piece. The Eagles continued to dominate the first half and, thanks to poor defense from Gabriel and Nuno Tavares, Jordan Ayew was able to double the lead for Patrick Vieira’s team after 25 minutes. him wriggling free to shoot home from the edge of the box.

Firmly second-best in the first half, the Gunners improved a bit in the second 45 but spurned their precious few chances as they looked for a way to get back into the game. A foul by Martin Odegaard 15 minutes from time summed up the Norwegian’s performance, as he conceded a penalty that was coolly converted by Wilfried Zaha, giving Palace a memorable victory and denting all four of Arsenal’s hopes.

The Lacazette statistic emerges

And, in the wake of the thrashing, a worrying stat has emerged about Alexandre Lacazette, Arsenal’s focal point.

This comes via Arsenal fan and Twitter statistician @orbinho, who claims that it has now been over 17 hours of football since the Frenchman last scored in an open game.

The 30-year-old has scored just four times this season for the Gunners, though he has provided 7 assists. However, his last goal from open play in the top flight came against Southampton on December 12, showing an area the Gunners clearly need to improve this summer.

Whether their performances can still help them to fourth place before their contract expires remains to be seen.

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first division table

# Equipment parliamentary D P
1 manchester city 30 52 73
two Liverpool F.C. 30 57 72
3 chelsea football club 29 35 59
4 Tottenham Hotspur 30 fifteen 54
5 FC Arsenal 28 13 54
6 West Ham United 31 eleven 51
7 manchester united 30 8 51
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 31 6 49
9 city ​​of leicester 28 -4 37
10 Aston-Villa 30 0 36
eleven Southampton F.C. 30 -9 36
12 crystal Palace 29 1 3. 4
13 Brighton and Hove Albion 30 -10 3. 4
14 Brentford FC 31 -eleven 33
fifteen Newcastle United 30 -twenty-one 31
sixteen Leeds United 31 -33 30
17 Everton F.C. 28 -19 25
18 Watford F.C. 30 -28 22
19 Burnley F.C. 28 -18 twenty-one
twenty norwich city 30 -Four. Five 18
Player Equipment objectives
Salah, Muhammad Liverpool F.C. twenty
Son, Heungmin Tottenham Hotspur 14
Jota, Diogo Liverpool F.C. 14
Kane, Harry Tottenham Hotspur 12
Ronaldo, Christian manchester united 12
Mane, Sadio Liverpool F.C. 12
Tony, Ivan Brentford FC eleven
Mahrez, Riyadh manchester city 10
DeBruyne, Kevin manchester city 10
Sterling, Raheem manchester city 10
Vardy, Jamie city ​​of leicester 10
Zaha, Wilfried crystal Palace 10
Bowen, Jarrod West Ham United 9
Fernandez, Bruno manchester united 9
Dennis, Emmanuel Watford F.C. 9
So Bukayo FC Arsenal 9
raphinha Leeds United 9
Smith-Rowe, Emile FC Arsenal 9
mount, mason chelsea football club 8
Antony, Michael West Ham United 8

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