The fashion faux pas Freddie Ljungberg made which irked Paul Scholes

first_img“It’s no surprise, I think he [Mustafi] was at fault, possibly, for both goals,” Scholes added.“He doesn’t tackle, he should be having a nibble at the ball but he drops off so far because he’s so frightened of getting done.“He’s just thinking about getting back to his goal, not going out and engaging with the player.“He almost tries to get out of the way, instead of being a defender who’s desperate to stop the ball going in. He just lets people walk through him.“David Luiz is not interested in defending, they [Norwich] cut through them almost at will.“I think Norwich will be disappointed [with a draw] not Arsenal.”Meanwhile, Ljungberg refused to comment on whether he wants the Arsenal job on a full-time basis. 2 Before kick-off, the Swede, who once modelled for Calvin Klein, was seen wearing a knitted grey jumper which he eventually covered with a club jacket.But according to Manchester United legend Scholes, Ljungberg’s choice of fashion was far from ideal.“You would think he’d be out in a suit to show a bit of proudness that he took the job,” Scholes told Premier League Productions.“To me that’s a great start – shirt and tie to show some discipline.“I don’t think he’ll be the right man.”Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang netted twice for Arsenal, with Norwich scoring through Teemu Pukki and Todd Cantwell and the result extended the visitors winless run to eight games.And Scholes gave a damming assessment on the performance of Shkodran Mustafi and David Luiz. 2 Getty AFP or licensors Paul Scholes has bizarrely criticised Freddie Ljungberg’s decision not to wear a suit in Arsenal’s 2-2 draw against Norwich.The match at Carrow Road marked Ljungberg’s first game in charge of the Gunners following Friday’s dismissal of Unai Emery. Paul Scholes slammed Ljungberg’s choice of attire Ljungberg watched his side draw 2-2 with Norwich on Sunday last_img