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Arsenal dressing room finally responds to Erik ten Hag and Man Utd over Alejandro Garnacho offside complaints

Arsenal dressing room finally responds to Erik ten Hag and Man Utd over Alejandro Garnacho offside complaints

Ten Hag was left livid after United's 3-1 defeat at Arsenal in September.

The Arsenal dressing room has finally responded to Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag's complaints about Alejandro Garnacho's disallowed goal during the game between the two sides in September.

Arsenal beat United 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium, with Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus scoring goals late on in second half stoppage time to secure the victory.

Marcus Rashford had put Ten Hag's side ahead in the first half, before Gunners captain Martin Odegaard levelled just a minute later.

But United came within inches of taking back the lead on 88 minutes, when Garnacho ran through on goal before slotting the ball past Aaron Ramsdale.

But VAR ruled it out for offside, with the decision being that tight that an Arsenal fan had to take to Photoshop to prove how it was actually offside.

But Ten Hag wasn't having it - and claimed it wasn't offside because the VAR officials had used the wrong angle.

The two sides face off on Sunday in their reverse Premier League fixture, with it being one Arsenal, beyond almost all doubt, have to win to keep themselves in the title race alongside Manchester City.

Ten Hag has brought up the incident, and his belief that a penalty should have been awarded to United for a foul on Rasmus Hojlund during that game, on multiple occasions since then.

After Arsenal beat Bournemouth 3-0 on Saturday, Odegaard was asked whether Ten Hag's comments have provided added motivation for the team ahead of the the clash at Old Trafford.

He told "Honestly, no. I don't think so.

"It's like any other game we are playing for at the moment. I don't think we need any extra motivation at the moment. I think there is enough there.

"We know what we are playing for, we know the task. We have to win every game, and that is what we are going to try to do."

Manchester United versus Arsenal kicks off at Old Trafford at 4:30pm on Sunday, with City facing a trip to Fulham on the Saturday as they look to strengthen their position in the title race.

Featured Image Credit: Getty / Premier League

Topics: Arsenal, Manchester United, Premier League, Erik Ten Hag, Martin Odegaard, Alejandro Garnacho, Football