Arsenal 1-2 Eintracht Frankfurt, RESULT: Gunners collapse after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang strike to leave Europa League progress on hold and Unai Emery under severe pressure
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened scoring in first half stoppage time
- But Daichi Kamada scored twice after the break to stun the Gunners
- Arsenal XI: Martinez, Mustafi (Torreira), Sokratis, Luiz (Guendouzi), Chambers, Willock, Xhaka, Tierney, Martinelli (Ozil), Aubameyang, Saka
- Eintracht Frankfurt XI: Ronnow, Abraham, Hasebe, Hinteregger, Da Costa, Sow, Fernandes (Kohr), Kostic, Kamada, Paciencia, Andre Silva (Gacinovic)
- UK viewers can watch Europa League action live on BT Sport 2 /Ultimate
- Europa League fixtures and live scores for today’s games right here
- READ: The full Europa League match report from the Emirates Stadium
So often it has been a source of salvation for Unai Emery but even the Europa League seems to be giving up on him as Arsenal were beaten at home and stretched their winless run to seven games.
Emery lifted the trophy three times when in charge of Sevilla and made it to the final in his first season at the helm in North London.
READ: The full Europa League match report from the Emirates Stadium
Under-pressure Unai Emery leads his Arsenal side into UEFA Europa League action with a home match against Germans Eintracht Frankfurt.
The Spaniard is fearing for his job following a poor sequence of results and criticism from supporters.
He will hope the Europa League can offer some solace with the Gunners knowing a win or a draw will take them into the knockout stages.
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