White taunts Neto after Nelson scores wicked goal

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Arsenal defender Ben White to ridicule Neto Bournemouth’s goalkeeper After the artillery army scored the winning goal in the 97th minute during last night’s Premier League game

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta describes the moment of injury time celebrations. After his side secured a last-minute 3-2 win over Bournemouth in the Premier League last night (Saturday, March 4, 2023), substitute Reiss Nelson scored the winning goal. For the Gunners to shoot through the hands of Bournemouth goalkeeper Neto in the 97th minute, successfully collecting three points for the team During the celebration of the door that was full of chaos, it appeared that a football fan walked down to the field. And Arteta had to take the little girl’s hand and send him back to his family. The Spanish coach spoke about the incident when celebrating that victory.

White taunts Neto after Nelson scores wicked goal

 “It’s crazy, you can’t see where you are,” said Arteta. “I started running and didn’t really know. Which way I was running, I saw a child standing next to me and I ran up to the security guard. But just seeing everyone’s faces Our players and supporters with smiles, joy in their eyes. It’s a very special day. It’s a beautiful experience in the end. Dramatic but worth it because it was a great ending.”

          Nelson’s sinful minute winning goal Not only made Arteta extremely happy. But so are the players in the team and will see Ben White mocking Bournemouth goalkeeper Neto. This UFABET game, when Bournemouth is in the lead or when the score is 2-2, will see the   Cherries  do everything possible to take points from Arsenal, especially by stalling. which Neto is one of the main culprits in this story When Arsenal won the game in the last minute White’s first thought was to turn to the Brazilian goalkeeper. The English defender confronted Neto and celebrated the goal in front of him. 

On the other hand, Thomas Partey dedicated his goal of the game to his former Ghana international teammate Christian Atsu. It was confirmed last month that Atsu had tragically died at the age of 31 after a devastating earthquake struck Turkey and parts of northern Syria on February 6 during his playing career. The former Newcastle winger made 64 appearances for Ghana and played alongside Partey for his country on several occasions.

          and for this game The Arsenal midfielder has paid his respects to his former team-mates at the Emirates. Mikel Arteta’s side came from two goals behind to widen their gap at the top of the Premier League table to five points after full-time. Partey took off his shirt to reveal a t-shirt with the words ‘Rest in peace, Christian Atsu’ printed on it.