I didn't say you have to do something about it. You just mentioned there is no point in making a thread about it, I beg to differ, we've had multiple of those when a player makes a horrific tackle.What am I supposed to do about it, burn an effigy of Aubameyang? They happen unfortunately. Hopefully the Palace player is ok.
His teammates were disgusting too. Instead of telling him to get off after watching the on-screen replay, Luiz, Xhaka, Kolasinac and Lacazette were surrounding the ref. I completely get standing up for your teammate but this was clear as day an ankle snapping red card challenge. Any player with an ounce of dignity would be pushing Auba off the pitch.I hate how players feel like they can stay on the field up to a minute after seeing red. When he made the tackle he knows it’s a leg breaker yet he still feels the need to remonstrate with the ref.
It’s probably down to the ref to tell him feck off I suppose.
He got subbed off straight away.Crazy how a tackle that bad happens and no one at the first time of asking sees it for what it is. It shows how fast the game is and how difficult it is to referee sometimes. Glad that VAR was in place and this is exactly the reason for it. Horrific tackle and glad the Palace player doesn't seem to have been too hurt by it
Yes, it's a good thing your players are a shining example to the rest of us because they never do that.It was embarrassing how much Arsenal players kept on arguing over it. Also trying to pressure the referee to get Palace players sent off after every foul as a retaliation, probably for thinking it was a injustice against them