Last weekend was just about typical of the way that bad luck can work against Arsenal. Arsene Wenger spoke about the unlucky sequence of events away to West Brom that saw Francis Coquelin pick up a long term injury and his replacement Mikel Arteta have everything that could go wrong for him go wrong before he himself had to go off with an injury.

But at least that bad luck was out of the way and the Gunners could expect to not have it happen again right? Wrong because that first half against Norwich was almost a carbon copy of our last Premier League game. This time it was Laurent Koscielny that had to go off in the first 15 minutes.

Once again though Arsenal dominated the home team and opened the scoring while looking good to go on and get a good win. But once again we were pegged back out of the blue and it was the man who had come off the bench, Gabriel this time, that was at fault.

The only difference from last week is that we were not behind at the break although Norwich had a great chance in first half injury time but Hoolahan fired over. Surely now we can regroup and go and get the win our first half display deserved, or is there more bad luck around the corner?

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