Unai Emery has apologised to have kicked a bottle towards a Brighton fan.
The incident happened during the match between Arsenal and Brighton and Hove Albion that ended in a draw.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has apologised for kicking a bottle towards a Brighton fan during the course of the match between Arsenal and Brighton and Hove Albion. The Gunners took the lead in the match through Pierre Emerick Aubameyang but squandered it after Jurgen Locadia brought the Seagulls level with them in the 35th minute. The scoreline remained the same until the final whistle and Arsenal were handed their third draw of the season.
Emery said, “I said to them apologies because I kicked the bottle after a disappointing action for us in the last minutes. It wasn’t hard, but it touched one supporter for them. I said to them I’m sorry.”
He added, “We controlled the match like we want, we scored and had two good chances from Aubameyang to get the second – but their keeper saved. But then they equalised. From then, it gave us the second half to try again to control the match, create chances and be able to win – but we didn’t do that.”
Arsenal are set to take on league leaders Liverpool at Anfield in their next match in the Premier League.
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