Arsenal's Rob Holding dejected after the match
Arsenal fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Rob Holding against Liverpool on Sunday evening.
Holding featured for Arsenal in the Premier League game against Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium in North London.
The 20-year-old defender started the match and played for the entire 90 minutes, as the Gunners slumped to a 4-3 home defeat.
It was Holding’s Premier League debut for Arsenal, and it was a match that he would rather forget.
Arsenal's Rob Holding in action with Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho
The youngster, who joined the North London outfit from Bolton Wanderers in the summer transfer window, did not have a great game on a personal level.
Holding did make a promising start to the match, but once Liverpool got going, he found it tough.
Playing against the Reds on his debut was always going to be hard for the youngster, but he did not get the support he should have from defensive midfield.
Arsenal's Rob Holding in action with Liverpool's Roberto Firmino
Arsenal fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Holding against Liverpool on Sunday evening.
Below are some of the best comments:
I feel so sorry for Rob Holding, got thrown into the deep end big time. He will come good and adapt once he fulfils his potential. #AFC— Dan Bonham (@DanBonzo) August 15, 2016
@AFC_Bam we all were..but a positive takeaway for me, we fought back...kept pressing - Holding will get better...two sides to look at it x— smartarsegooner (@LGoonerHoward) August 15, 2016
Rob Holding looks like a top prospect. Very hard game to make a debut in but individually I think he did very well. #afc— Arsene All (@ArseneAll) August 15, 2016
Hard to place blame on Holding and Chambers yesterday, two young defenders with limited xp. A new CB must be brought in this week. #AFC— Arsenal Supprters (@ArsenalFansChat) August 15, 2016
If u think it's cool to support a manager who plays Holding and Chambers as CB's when Koscienly isn't injured, u are an idiot. #AFC— 'jumoke (@lerritweet) August 15, 2016
"Holding was one of the positives", remember Chambers was impressive for first few games when he joined— Top 4 Business (@Vamsi_AFC) August 15, 2016
Holding was encouraging, despite our collective disaster. I say that because he didn't do anything bad other AFC CBs haven't.— Sántï (@goonersanti) August 15, 2016
Arsenal's Rob Holding