Arsenal displayed a disastrous performance after losing 4-0 to Liverpool at Anfield, one which manager Arsene Wenger called "unacceptable".
Goals were scored by Roberto Firmino (17), Sadio Mane (40), Mohamed Salah (57) and Daniel Sturridge (77) as Liverpool dominated the game.
According to AFP, when asked what went wrong, Wenger responded by saying “everything.”
"I think from the first minute to the last minute we were not at the level requested for such a game.
"Not physically, not technically, not mentally and we were punished. That's basically it.
"Of course, you can analyse the chances we gave away, but I just think overall the performance was not at the requested level."
He further assessed his side’s display, telling Sky Sports that: “We were not good enough.
"We started to dominate the game in the second half but then the third goal killed the game. Mentally it was difficult, but it was a very disappointing performance.
The 67-year-old has however called on supporters to remain loyal to the team, despite their lack of form adding, "Recently we've done quite well in the big games, which is why today is all the more disappointing. The consequence is that the confidence drops and we've lost two away games. We need everybody to keep belief and focus.
"If I am the problem, I am sorry, but I believe all together we lose. The only thing we can do is come back and give the fans a better level of performance."