Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, 41, is furious.
On May 5 (KST), Sky Sports published an interview with Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta. “Arteta was furious after the game against Newcastle United,” the media outlet reported.
Arsenal lost 0-1 to Newcastle United in the 11th round of the 2023-2024 Premier League at St. James’ Park in Newcastle, England, at 2:30 a.m. on May 5.
It was a hard-fought match. The two teams exchanged 14 and 9 shots on goal (Arsenal 1 / Newcastle 2), respectively, and there was a lot of physicality.
The most controversial moment of the game was Anthony Gordon’s goal in the 19th minute of the second half. Contrary to Arteta’s belief that the ball had crossed the goal line and would be disallowed, the goal was awarded after video assistant referee (VAR) review, leading to the game-winning goal.
After the game, Arteta said: “It was not a goal. A disgraceful thing happened. I’m embarrassed about what happened. I’m surprised,” reiterating his embarrassment.
“If there is a team that deserved to win this game, it’s Arsenal. There’s nothing more to say about it,” he said, adding, “There are many reasons why (the goal) was not a goal. It’s more than one. It was a game where we put in a lot of effort and it’s not easy to compete at this level.”
Arteta added: “It’s a real shame. I’ve been competing in this league for more than 20 years and scenes like this make it impossible to describe this league as the best in the world. I’m ashamed that I’m part of the Premier League,” he said, strongly criticizing the decision. 무지개토토 주소
A similar situation occurred at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
On December 2, 2022, Japan faced Spain in a Group E match at the World Cup in Qatar. The Japanese came from behind to win the match 2-1, with Ao Tanaka scoring the game-winning goal in the sixth minute of stoppage time off a cross from Kaoru Mitoma.