ARSENAL fans took to Twitter to vent their frustration as two Gunners stars were subbed off with an injury in the 2-2 draw at Manchester United.

Rob Holding

Arsenal fans FUME at injuries: Rob Holding was stretchered off after a promising display (Pic: GETTY)

Rob Holding was stretchered off in the first-half with what appeared to be a serious knee injury after colliding with United forward Marcus Rashford.

The defender was carried off by a mix of Arsenal and United medics, with even the home fans applauding the young Englishman.

Then to add to Unai Emery’s woes, he was forced to replace captain-for-the-night Aaron Ramsey at half-time due to an ankle injury.

Arsenal have a history of players with long-term injuries, with the likes of Jack Wilshere and Abou Diaby spending years on the sidelines under Arsene Wenger.

“Injury curse still lurking Arsenal”

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And during tonight’s match, several Gunners fans took to Twitter to show their exasperation.

One fan tweeted: “Would be lovely if we can go five minutes without getting an injury jeez come on arsenal.”

While another joked: “Would be a miracle if #arsenal have 11 players on the pitch by match end. So many injuries ffs.”

And several fans had a feeling of deja vu, calling the problem an “injury curse”.

“Injury curse still lurking Arsenal,” the fan tweeeted.

Another recalled the Gunners previous injury problems: “Again with the injuries?? New season, same problem?”

“Arsenal returning to banter era with a Wenger-esque injury list,” one joked.

In a dramatic encounter, both sides picked up a point after there were two goals scored in two minutes in the second-half.

Shokdran Mustafi gave the visitors a short-lived lead after David de Gea could only parry his header into his own net.

But Anthony Martial equalised just four minutes later, after he was laid-off by Ander Herrera, after he was not deemed offside from Marcos Rojo’s free-kick.

But the real action was saved for the second-half, as Alexandre Lacazette bundled in past a wrong-footed de Gea.

However, from the resulting kick-off, Jesse Lingard pounced on some lackadaisical defending from the Gunners, poking home the equaliser.

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