Arsenal’s Two Players Accused of ‘Wobbling’ and Allowing Tottenham’s Fightback

This article contains affiliate links, and we will receive a commission on any sales we generate from it. Learn more. Arsenal stars Gabriel and Declan Rice were accused of “wobbling” in the north London derby against Tottenham. The Gunners started strong and raced to a 3-0 lead in the first half, but allowed Tottenham to come back in the second half, with the game ending 3-2.

Arsenal had been performing well this season, leading Manchester City by one point at the top of the table prior to their clash with Spurs. The match saw Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg own goal from a Bukayo Saka corner, followed by Saka’s goal after controlling a Kai Havertz pass. Havertz then scored from a Rice corner before half-time. However, a mistake from Arsenal’s goalkeeper David Raya allowed Tottenham to score, and they later added another goal through Son Heung-min’s penalty after a foul by Rice.

Despite this, the Gunners managed to secure the victory. Garth Crooks, in his team selection, highlighted the significance of William Saliba’s consistent presence in Arsenal’s challenge for the title. He also criticized a VAR decision that disallowed Micky van de Ven’s equalizer for offside, questioning the accuracy and speed of VAR decisions. The title race between Arsenal and Manchester City appears to be close, with Manchester City securing a win against Nottingham Forest and having a crucial game in hand over the Gunners.

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