Arsenal fans are stuck debating over whether Emiliano Martinez should be the main goalkeeper ahead of Bernd Leno.
In a shock defeat to Brighton, the Gunners also lost their goalie for the rest of the season after Neal Maupay collided with Leno.
It has led to second-string stopper Martinez being forced to step up.
But the Argentine has done so admirably, topping off his fine performances with a stellar display against Liverpool.
The Reds went a goal up through Sadio Mane and it looked like the floodgates were being readied to open.
However, Martinez stood firm and the opposition could not get past him.
Liverpool had 24 shots – of which eight were on target – compared to Arsenal’s three shots, with the Gunners walking away 2-1 winners.
And that is largely down to Martinez, who plucked out one of the saves of the season with the last kick of the match.
Trent Alexander-Arnold let fly from distance but it took a slight deflection on the way.
It looked like the ball was travelling straight into the corner but the 27-year-old pulled out an unbelievable save.
It has got Arsenal fans debating over who is the better goalie between the sticks.
One fan said: “Emi has been brilliant since he came in don’t get me wrong but whats everyone is forgetting is he nearly gifted them a goal.”
It led to another replying: “Except he didn’t. And Leno has given goals before.
“He still been class and I don’t think one mistake which didn’t even lead to anything should ruin his place in the squad.”
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Another debate started: “I think he has more experience than Leno, and doesn’t make errors like him.”
“More experience?” a fan replied. “Leno is older, has more experience and also plays better.”
While this fan tweeted: “Emi unless he has a shocker shouldn’t be dropped, I’ve said for time that there isn’t much between him and Leno.”