Monday night's 3-0 defeat against Crystal Palace on Monday night is Arsenal's fourth consecutive away defeat in the Premier League this season; the first time Arsenal have suffered this feat under Wenger.
All across the pitch, Arsene Wenger's troops performed pathetically but it was Shkodran Mustafi who was touted as the worst performer in south London.
Arsenal are now placed sixth and struggling to keep their record intact.
While he's expected to leave Athletic at the end of the season, it hasn't yet been confirmed where his next destination will be, and it seems as though Arsenal are hoping to persuade him to try a new challenge by working in England.
Arsenal, which has conceded three goals in each of its last four away games that have all ended in defeat, stayed in sixth place _ seven points off the top four with eight games left.
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Looking shell-shocked and far less defiant than he often is at such downbeat moments, Wenger must have been devastated by the way the likes of Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Theo Walcott went missing when he needed them most.
At the same time, Benteke's goal was ruled out due to off side after the break before Palace added well-deserved brace. "I just think they (Palace) wanted it more".
"We won a lot of possession off them and created lots of chances".
When questioned on what he said in the dressing room at half-time he replied: "Look, what we say in the dressing room remains in the dressing room".
A minority of supporters were also recorded voicing their opinions to the players on the team bus outside Selhurst Park.
"We faced a team who played very deep, went for a game that was very direct, and we lost many direct duels and many second balls because they were sharper than us and more decisive", the Arsenal boss admitted.
"I'm disappointed and determined to put things right", Wenger said. "Everything worked perfectly for us today", said Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce.
"I think it will be very hard certainly", he said.