Gunners stunned at home as Ospina has a nightmare
STAND-IN goalkeeper David Ospina had a night to forget as Arsenal slumped to a 3-2 home defeat against Olympiacos to leave their Champions League hopes in jeopardy.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger had warned his side they already faced a must-win tie following their opening Group F loss at Dinamo Zagreb. The Barclays Premier League side were behind against the run of play on 32 minutes when a low shot from Felipe Pardo deflected off Alex OxladeChamberlain. Although Theo Walcott netted a quick equaliser, Arsenal found themselves trailing again when Ospina, chosen ahead of Petr Cech, dropped a corner over the line.
Alexis Sanchez levelled on 65 minutes, but Arsenal hit the selfdestruct button again as Olympiacos immediately scored through substitute Alfred Finnbogason to give the Greeks a first win in England at the 13th attempt.