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Gary Neville cautions Mikel Arteta against “jumping around on the sideline” when crucial games are at stake. who asserts that the Gunners got too excited while celebrating and then gave a goal away to Spurs.

Gary Neville cautions Mikel Arteta against “jumping around on the sideline” when crucial games are at stake. who asserts that the Gunners got too excited while celebrating and then gave a goal away to Spurs.

Gary Neville criticized Mikel Arteta’s on-field antics against Tottenham, saying the Arsenal manager should have displayed more “compassion.” Mail Sport’s new WhatsApp Channel: Get the breaking news and exclusives here.

Mikel Arteta has come under fire from Gary Neville for acting irrationally during Arsenal’s draw in the north London derby.

On Sunday, Bukayo Saka’s brace and Son Heung-Min’s two goals combined to hold Arteta’s team to a 2-2 draw against rival Tottenham.

In both cases, Arsenal scored first, followed quickly by Spurs, with Son’s second goal coming just one minute after Saka’s.

Gary Neville, a Sky Sports pundit, said after the game that Arteta’s antics on the sidelines didn’t really help his team’s chances.

Speaking on The Gary Neville Podcast, Neville said, “I want to see a composure from this Arsenal team and that’s difficult because the manager’s on the sideline jumping around like you wouldn’t believe.”.

  • In his podcast, Gary Neville (above) discussed the 2-2 tie between Arsenal and rival Tottenham.
  • Mikel Arteta’s antics on the sidelines, according to Neville, didn’t do much to help Arsenal maintain their lead.
  • Spurs scored both of their goals shortly after Arsenal opened the scoring.

 

“I want to see passion, but I also want to see calmness and a coldness, and that seems contradictory.”.

However, I want to see it at the appropriate times and at the appropriate moments.

‘Celebrate it, give your fans something because they want to see it means something.

When they scored that second goal, Saka’s penalty, which was a beautiful penalty, was called.

But there should be two or three more experienced players in that group saying, “Right, come on.

Turn on now; we’re prepared and determined to finish this. Your instincts tell you when a game is in danger.

After the break, Saka scored from the penalty spot after Cristian Romero handled the ball, and Son then equalized one minute later.

James Maddison had stolen the ball off Jorginho deep inside the home team’s half when the South Korean attempted to score for Arsenal.

When the Spurs captain equalized the score, the celebrations had hardly ended when Neville questioned Arsenal’s “mentality.”.

As a result, Jorginho was almost the last man on the field when Son scored his second equalizer, according to Neville.

Rice had been substituted at halftime, which presented a risk.

 

Of course, he could have done better himself, but that is the mentality I’m referring to when you give up a goal just moments after it is scored. They weren’t reset once more.’.

 

Additionally, Aaron Ramsdale’s father retaliated against Jamie Carragher after the Sky Sports commentator claimed on Sunday that he was ‘laughing’ at the Arsenal goalkeeper.

To assist in assisting Tottenham’s second goal, James Maddison (L) stole the ball from Jorginho (R).

Since summer signing David Raya was preferred over the England international, Ramsdale was not used as a substitute during the Gunners’ 2-2 draw with rivals Tottenham.

 

And even though he might be giving up his No. While his teammate was competing in the tense North London Derby, Ramsdale, who was in the No. 1 spot at the Emirates, showed a lot of support.

Carragher said, during post-game analysis on Sky, “I thought it was like the Oscars, you know when someone loses the Oscar and they start clapping and smiling for the other person.”. I found that to be hilarious.

That has really devastated him to the core.’ .

Later that night, Nick Ramsdale responded to a Tweet about Carragher’s remarks with the words: “You are a Disgrace!! Show some class!! My lad has.”.

 

 

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