On my to treatment. Disappointing afternoon!
The Danish international striker was not involved with the Arsenal first-team squad this afternoon, but was left disappointed by the result all the same.
Arsene Wenger and his men headed to Merseyside knowing that avoiding defeat would have put them firmly in the driving seat in the race for that last Champions League spot.
The Gunners started the day four points clear of Roberto Martinez’s men, though with Everton having a game in hand, it was imperative to at least grab a draw to stop the Toffees in their tracks.
Unfortunately for Arsenal, Everton have now stretched their winning streak to six games after crushing the visitors 3-0 in a pulsating tie at Goodison Park.
To add insult to injury, Chelsea loanee Romelu Lukaku got on the scoresheet, only a day after Arsene Wenger had complained about the unjust deal which Everton and Chelsea have.
Despite not being involved, Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner would have wanted his teammates to take a positive result back to North London, though he was left disappointed and expressed his feelings on Instagram.
The 26-year-old’s contract expires at the end of the season and he will most certainly be leaving the Emirates this summer. However, after being on the Arsenal books for almost nine years, he is one of the Gunners’ longest-standing players and today's result would have been a real kick in the teeth.