Thomas Partey left frustrated by Arsenal team-mates for decision in Leicester loss

Thomas Partey’s frustrations with his Arsenal team-mates were spotted during the loss to Leicester.

The Ghanian midfielder could not help his side avoid a 1-0 defeat to the Foxes as substitute Jamie Vardy struck in the 80th minute.

Making his home debut after a £45m transfer from Atletico Madrid, he helped create 12 shots on goal – but could not help find the target.

And footage has emerged of Partey showing his frustration at a decision that could have led to an attacking move.

In the clip, there are 30 minutes of play left at the Emirates Stadium.

Leicester are playing the ball out from their defence through full-back Christian Fuchs on the left wing.

Thomas Partey was spotted getting frustrated at his Arsenal team-mates during the loss to Leicester

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Trying to find Harvey Barnes, Dani Ceballos gets his foot to the ball first and finds defender Shkodran Mustafi in the back three.

With Partey a few yards away, the German decides to pass across the pitch to Gabriel Magalhaes.

The Ghanaian follows the play, making himself available to the Brazilian defender in the middle of the pitch.

But the 22-year-old decides to go across again to Granit Xhaka, the last defender of the three.

And Partey holding his hands up before slapping them on the sides of his legs in frustration.

The Gunners picked up the ball at the back in the second half, with the midfielder ahead of Shkodran Mustafi

This footage was shared on Reddit, where the Gunners faithful joined the new midfielder in their frustration at the tactical decision in the Leicester loss.

“Of course he’s frustrated,” one supporter said.

“He does the work to keep himself in position to receive a pass on the turn – and the CBs continually bypassed him.”

Another commented: “That’s not even a dangerous pass to Partey. What are these guys thinking?”

While a third suggested…