Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace

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Shkodran Mustafi was singled out for his very bad defensive performance against Crystal Palace.

The Gunners missed a big opportunity to move up to third in the Premier League, as they fell to a shock 3-2 defeat to the Eagles, and Mustafi bore the brunt of fans' criticism on social media for his role in the Eagles' second goal. Let us know what you think.

"Liverpool played Palace previous year and I went to the game and Jurgen Klopp was consistently on Alexander-Arnold about Wilf Zaha, you could see it from the sideline".

The result left Arsenal just two points ahead of sixth-placed Manchester United with three games to play.

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He has been a consistent performer this season, helping the Eagles to steer clear of relegation.

"We are playing with a lot of players and they give us the performance; we lost but we could also have lost with other players on the pitch".

"Your defending is going to have to be top-notch right through until the 95-96th minute and then you've got to make certain that when you do get the ball, you've got to hope that your two front players do what our two did today".

Described as a "must-win game" prior to kick-off, Arsenal fans took to Twitter in their droves to criticise what they witnessed at the Emirates on Sunday afternoon.

Zaha has recently admitted that he has ambitions to play for a Champions League club, and is reportedly the subject of a potential £65m tug-of-war between Tottenham and PSG.

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