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Mikel Arteta keeps whining about the referee while everyone makes fun of him

By Harry Smith

Mikel Arteta keeps whining about the referee while everyone makes fun of him

The Arsenal manager thinks that the disallowed goal would have change the game

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After Manchester United defeated Arsenal today in Old Trafford, the Gunners’ manager went on and talked to the press where instead of being self-critic with himself and his team, he said that Gabriel Martinelli’s disallowed goal should have counted as he believes it wasn’t a foul on Christian Eriksen at the beginning of the play.

Mikel Arteta also asked for consistency in the referee’s decision as last week they also had a goal ruled out. The Spanish coach was caught by the cameras after VAR decided not to validate his team’s opening goal in the first half as he believes that would have changed the course of the game.

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After that, Manchester United legend Roy Keane said on Sky Sports that Arteta is a sore loser and that he should stop blaming everything and start accepting the fact that the Red Devils were better than his team today. He should stop crying and start thinking about what he can do to turn his situation around.

Manchester United handed Arsenal their first loss of the season as they ended the unbeaten run that they had since the start of the Premier League this campaign. The Gunners’ fans were talking too much before the match as they were saying they were going to win the league by winning all the games.

A must-needed humbling

Arsenal fans, players, and especially the manager, needed this humbling by Manchester United so bad as they were thinking that no one could beat them this season. After six games played, the Red Devils are only three points away from Arsenal, who are still at the top of the league. It is just a matter of time before we surpass them.

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