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.