SI Staff
Tuesday September 29th, 2015

Colombia international David Ospina got his second straight start for Arsenal in the Champions League, but it might be his last for a while if his actions Tuesday play any part in manager Arsene Wenger's future decisions.

Ospina caught a seemingly harmless corner and then dropped it over the line in his own goal to put the Gunners down 2-1 at home to Olympiakos. Theo Walcott had just equalized for Arsenal at the Emirates five minutes earlier before Ospina's mistake. Arsenal went on to lose 3-2 and has no points from its opening pair of Group F games with consecutive games against Bayern Munich up next.

In a pregame interview, Arsene Wenger said Ospina, who started Arsenal's loss to Dinamo Zagreb to open group play, was chosen over Petr Cech because of a minor calf injury that the Czech Republic veteran suffered over the weekend.

Ospina, it seems, wasn't fully right either Tuesday. Watch:

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