PHOTOS – Wenger Falls Over in The Streets of Liverpool After Humiliating Defeat

February 10, 2014

wenger5Arsene Wenger suffered a double blow yesterday when he took a tumble after his team, Arsenal, were hammered 5-1 by Liverpool.
Manager Wenger was rushing through Liverpool Lime Street station with players to get the train back to London when he slipped and fell heavily on his backside.
The 64-year-old is pictured pulling along a suitcase as he enters the station, but once he is through the doors, he slips almost hitting his head on a pane of glass.
The Frenchman grimaced in pain and rubbed his behind as two British Transport Police officers helped him up.
A club spokesman said: “He’s fine.”
Earlier, Wenger did not offer excuses for his side’s capitulation at Anfield.
He told BT Sport: “It was a very poor day. We were poor defensively, offensively.
“Liverpool played well, so congratulations to them. But it was a poor performance on a day when we couldn’t afford it.
“Of course it raises some questions today because we were caught many times and were naive.
“Defensively we need to be more stable. Today we were too open. From the front to the back we were not at the level we are used to.”

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