Indeed, he doesn’t have this ability (any more–or ever? could’ve just been a mirage/small sample when he beat his man/dribbled for the youths/when he first broke into the first team), which is another reason why it makes no sense to use this 3-4-3 formation that the manager–who you (the one who knows what he’s talking about when he talks about soccer unlike those armchair idjyets on this forum!) defend to the death–defends to the death. Especially considering Kolasinac isn’t especially a winger with much dribbling or offensive potency to his game, even if he’s more accomplished in this sense than Bellerín.
Watching this game was maddening, it was crying out for another offensive player to combine with Alexis and Iwobi and reduce the spaces between (linking) players for combination in the #10 space between Ramsey and Lacazette, but Wenger will persist with this stupid formation not for any tactical reason or anything we’re seeing on the pitch of any concrete worth but because of a fluky run last season and vague ‘tactical solidity’, which marries perfectly with Wenger’s vague tactical understanding.