Ian Wright thinks Cazorla was 'poor' v United - but says he would have 'loved' to play with Aaron Ramsey

The Arsenal legend was discussing his former side's Premier League clash with manchester United.

Ian Wright has singled Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla out for criticism after the north London side's 1-1 draw with Manchester United.

The Gunners got back into the game in the second half at Old Trafford, which was largely a poor affair, but struggled before the break - not posting a single shot in the first 45 minutes.

And Wright feels it is these games that Arsenal need Cazorla most - but thought the Spaniard didn't turn up against Manchester United.

Ironically, Cazorla has recently been discussing exactly why Arsenal struggle to challenge for the title any more - citing dropping key points in big stadiums as the main factor.

Wright, however, took to Twitter to praise midfielder Aaron Ramsey, saying he would have 'loved' to play with the Arsenal man during his career.

Arsenal remain third in the Premier League after their 1-1 draw at Manchester United, looking in pole position to maintain their lead over Louis van Gaal's side.

The Gunners' hopes of second look to have faded, though, with Manchester City on course to finish one place below league champions Chelsea.

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