The pressure on Arsenal manager Unai Emery intensified as Daichi Kamada’s brilliant double earned Eintracht Frankfurt victory at the Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners boss came into this match having failed to lead his team to victory in their previous six outings and left the pitch to jeers from a sparse crowd, with some supporters holding ‘Emery Out’ posters.
They would have been concerned by the manner in which their side surrendered control against a team who were a clear second best in the first period.
Arsenal will now have to avoid defeat at Standard Liege in their final Europa League Group F game to be certain of a spot in the last 32.
It lookeArsed like the Gunners had turned the corner after they dominated the opening period. Eintracht spent most of it trying to keep Arsenal’s attack at bay until old foe Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang made the breakthrough with his strike just before half-time.
The Bundesliga side only managed one shot on goal in the first half, but were transformed after the break and equalised when Kamada curled in a fierce effort from the edge of the box.