Arsenal named just one English player in their starting XI to face Liverpool tonight.
Calum Chambers was the lone ranger flying the cross of St George for the Gunners, but he has also been the worst player on the pitch in the first half.
The 20-year-old has looked intimated by Christian Benteke and dazzled by Philippe Coutinho.
Chambers has also been a little sloppy in possession. His pass success rate of 76% is lower than all nine of his outfield teammates.
Arsenal fans were rightly concerned when Chambers and Gabriel were announced as Arsene Wenger’s starting centre-backs, due to injuries to Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker.
They expressed their concern on Twitter.
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That concern had developed into something much stronger by half time…
Horrible first half from Chambers. Like that mate in five a side who is no good but insists on trying play fancy stuff. Keep it simple. #MNF
— Kieran Beckles (@kieranbeckles) August 24, 2015
Petr Cech going from: John Terry and Cahill To Chambers and Gabriel
— ChelseaTalk (@TheBlues_Talk) August 24, 2015
HT: 0-0. Somehow it’s goalless. Chambers having an absolute ‘mare. Cech incredible. Ramsey goal wrongly ruled offside. Changes needed.
— Sam (@samuelJayC) August 24, 2015
Calum Chambers is doing his best Jonny Evans impression tonight
— Ryan (@RyanLewisMUFC) August 24, 2015
We need The Ox on, Ramsey wide hasn’t worked at all & we need The Ox sprinting on the ball, getting it as far from Chambers as possible.
— Isaac Gallows (@23__Football) August 24, 2015
— Kenney (@sam_kenney) August 24, 2015
Can we now please stop pretending Chambers is the new Tony Adams. Always get pelted for saying it but he’s not good enough. Needs loaning.
— AFC_Andrew (@PR_WhoRu) August 24, 2015
Chambers what are you doing? Clear the ball!
— JJ Garcia (@the_jjgarcia) August 24, 2015
Chambers just make me miss Squillaci and Djourou
— #Champions Arsenal™ (@Adedayor9) August 24, 2015
— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) August 24, 2015