Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has been in great form this season and he has been hailed by many having got his way into the starting line-up in the Unai Emery team.
The Frenchman was left to start from the bench in a couple of games at the beginning of the season but he made his impact each time he got the opportunity forcing the Spanish manager to have a change in heart to give the former Lyon man a starting role.
However, Lacazette was not on the score sheet for the North London side when they played Leicester City on Monday in the Premier League, a development that got Gunners legend, Martin Keown talking.
The former Arsenal defender says the Frenchman deserves no praise because he has not been consistent in his goalscoring form
According to him, the French striker has not had two good games in a row which is not befitting of him as he urged him to do better and be consistent.
Meanwhile, manager Unai Emery was praised for doing a good job with the team but Keown noted that the attacking football in the club today still carries the trait of former manager Arsene Wenger but he noted that the difference has been brought in the ability of the Spanish boss to get the team dig deeper.