Before Arsenal's clash with Norwich City, I, like many, predicted a fairly comfortable victory for the Gunners, considering that they have been playing some of the best attacking football in England this season, and their opponents conceded nine goals in their last two games.
Never trust me with predictions.
Norwich came out looking like a disciplined unit that was committed to getting its first Premier League win of the season. Arsenal, meanwhile, were a sluggish group of seemingly uninterested players who could never establish any sort of consistency or rhythm.
Now, as Norwich erupts in joy, Gunners fans are questioning their team in utter disbelief: how could a team like Arsenal, with so much promise, capitulate so pathetically to seeming relegation fodder?
To get the answer to this question and more, read on to see six things we learned from a remarkable game.