Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright thinks Gunners players ought to be ashamed of themselves after their crushing 6-0 defeat at the hands of rivals Chelsea. Wright, the club’s second-highest goalscorer of all time, believes the team’s string of internationals badly let down manager Arsene Wenger, who was overseeing his 1,000th match at the helm. A shambolic display at Stamford Bridge saw the visitors head into the half-time interval four goals and a man down, with defender Kieran Gibbs mistakenly dismissed by referee Andre Marriner when in fact Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had handballed. Wright took to social media site Twitter to vent his anger at Arsenal’s under-performing players, who have also shipped six goals at Manchester City and five at Liverpool this season. He said: “Arsene has shown a lot of faith in that squad and they repay him with a performance like that? Should be ashamed. #prideintheshirt.”Wenger refused to attend a post-match press conference after the bruising encounter with Jose Mourinho’s side.