You must have been out to lunch
The argument wasn't about the score line, it was about Fred being punished for the second goal. Obviously someone in the analyst camp reasoned that if it was going one nil then MU could have tied the game. This way walk away with a point held Arsenal below or put them in panic mode and score another. Fred took full blame for the defeat. What I would like to ask the analysts, is how important was the game against Arsenal to MU as opposed to the FA cup game (knock out game)? MU missed those key interceptions and key passes in the FA cup game. MU threw away the chance of walking away with a trophy this season.
BTW I watched the City game also.