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Arsenal Fans Convinced Mikel Arteta 'Pushed' An Injured Thomas Partey Back On The Pitch

Arsenal Fans Convinced Mikel Arteta 'Pushed' An Injured Thomas Partey Back On The Pitch

Arsenal fans are convinced Mikel Arteta 'pushed' an injured Thomas Partey back on the pitch to defend against Tottenham Hotspur's second goal.

Partey was an injury concern prior to the game but was deemed fit enough to start.

The pace of the game looked to have impacted the Ghanaian however and he wandered over to the touchline when his side were on the front foot.

Spurs launched a quick counter attack however and Arteta looks to have pushed Partey back onto the pitch, only for Harry Kane to score.

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Partey had pulled up trying to defend the goal and immediately after it went in, he was replaced by Dani Ceballos.

The injury has seen things go from bad to worse for the Gunners and they are furious with their manager.

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Kane popped the ball round the corner for Son who ran free on the left before cutting inside.

He then unleashed an absolute peach of a shot with his right foot which flew past Bernd Leno and into the net.

Kane got in on the action himself just before half time, scoring his 11th North London derby goal.

Featured Image Credit: Owuraku Ampofo/Twitter

Topics: Thomas Partey, Spurs, Football News, Tottenham Hotspur, Football, Premier League, Arsenal, Mikel Arteta, reactions

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