(Watch Video) Furious Arsenal fans block Mikel Arteta’s car, tell him to “please leave the club”

Mikel Arteta was subjected to Arsenal fans’ fury after their club was humbled by London rivals Chelsea at the Emirates on Saturday as the club’s supporters blocked their manager’s car, telling him to “do yourself a favour” and leave the club.

The Gunners have made the worst start to a season in their 118-year history, losing their opening two Premier League games to Brentford and Chelsea respectively.

Goals from the returning Romelu Lukaku and Reece James sealed the three points for the Blues, sending them to the top of the Premier League table.

The Arsenal players were booed off at both the half-time and full-time whistle as a result, and the Gunners find themselves in the bottom three.

Boss Arteta bizarrely remained upbeat when asked about the fan’s reaction to the result.

He said: “I must thank the fans, even when things were looking difficult they tried to give the players a boost.

“I see a lot of positives with the crowd and the team today.

“At the end I didn’t see any bad reaction with any of the players. But that is my opinion.

“Feeling sorry for yourself does not help.

“You have to face the challenge, face the criticism – because it will come.”

But it appears Arteta misjudged the fan’s mood as footage has emerged of furious Arsenal fans surrounding his car and calling for him to leave after the game.

One fan can be heard saying: “Arteta, was that good enough? Please leave the club.”

Another furiously repeated: “Mikel, do yourself a favour.”

The Arsenal boss, clearly frustrated with being held up and having calls for him to leave his post, beeped to try and get some of the angry fans to move away.

Eventually a fellow Arsenal fan stepped in and ushered the angry crowd away from Arteta’s window allowing the Gunners boss to move on.