Wenger’s men must now beat Swansea City Wednesday to restore confidence.
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Arsene Wenger remained defiant Sunday after Arsenal's 3-2 capitulation at Manchester United prompted much criticism, with one distinguished former international suggesting their performance bordered on "a joke".After being outplayed at home by Barcelona in the Champions League in midweek and then losing ground to second-placed Tottenham Hotspur with their defeat at United, former Liverpool manager Graeme Souness, now a trenchant TV analyst, led the shrill chorus of criticism.Arsenal succumbed to two goals from 18-year-old Premier League debutant Marcus Rashford, who scored twice on his Europa League bow three days earlier, while United also blooded Tim Fosu-Mensah, 18, and James Weir, 20, as substitutes.
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