Arsene Wenger cut a desolate figure on the Anfield touch line, as his side were destroyed by Liverpool’s brilliant brand of attacking football.
The Arsenal boss is already under massive pressure just three games into the new season, and no wonder, after his baffling decisions here at this famous old ground.
Liverpool’s devastating wide duo of Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah each scored a goal as they exploited weakness – yet again – in the visiting back line, after the outstanding Roberto Firmino had opened the scoring.
It left the Reds three up by the hour mark and strolling… and questions being asked about Wenger’s decision to start the want-away pair of Alexis Sanchez and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who were both replaced on 62 minutes after shocking displays.
Wenger must now face questions about his future after an awful start to the campaign from his side, as the obvious dissent from the visiting fans grew into a crescendo by the end, when Daniel Sturridge added a brilliant fourth just three minutes after coming on.