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Fans not happy with new feature being used by Premier League during Arsenal vs Luton

Fans not happy with new feature being used by Premier League during Arsenal vs Luton

Arsenal fans are not happy.

Fans have criticised a new broadcast feature that is being used during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Luton.

The Gunners are in the 'early' 7:30pm kick-off slot on Wednesday evening, with Brentford vs Brighton also being televised at the same time before Manchester City vs Aston Villa at 8:15pm.

But alongside its usual broadcast camera angle, plus the zoomed in views, TNT Sports are using an additional sideline camera for the Arsenal fixture that tracks the ball horizontally across the pitch.

The view has been likened to an EA Sports FC-style angle - but cuts out small parts of the pitch at certain points.

The angle has also been used on the Premier League world feed broadcast.

And fans are not happy with the new addition.

One wrote: "Stop with these camera angles I beg you, I'm feeling sea sick."

Another agreed: "What on earth is that camera angle I've just seen on the Arsenal match... like a dodgy FIFA setting."

A third said: "Can we like not use this camera angle?"

And a fourth added: "What are they doing with these camera angles in the Arsenal game?"

Even Arsenal legend Ian Wright joined in with the complaints, writing alongside a bin emoji: "What's this camera angle?!"

Arsenal went into half-time two goals ahead at the Emirates Stadium, with club captain Martin Odegaard opening the scoring on 24 minutes.

An own goal from Luton defender Daiki Hashioka then made it 2-0, with the Hatters struggling to create chances at the other end amid the injury absences of a number of key players.

Strikers Elijah Adebayo and Jacob Brown are among 11 first team players out injured, with fellow star man Chiedozie Ogbene also on the sidelines for Rob Edwards' side as they battle against Premier League relegation this season.

Featured Image Credit: TNT Sports

Topics: Arsenal, Football, Luton Town, Premier League, Fan Reactions