Mattéo Guendouzi's Incredible Celebration With Arsenal Fans After Derby Win
Arsenal walked away with the ultimate bragging rights in Sunday's north London derby after the Gunners' superb 4-2 victory over Tottenham Hotspur.
However, it would seem that Mattéo Guendouzi was having the time of his life with club supporters following the match.
The 19-year-old French midfielder was spotted celebrating with fans from his car window. After some incredible scenes, the car speeds away with Guendouzi sticking halfway out of the window as he continues on the celebration.
Check out the video below.
Love it !!!! @MatteoGuendouzi :heart: #COYG #AfroBoys #Arsenal pic.twitter.com/Ykfo6mghjJ
- SLADE (@srslade) 2 December 2018
The guy at the end jumping though. :heart::ok_hand:
- Dean Ketts (@shimmyrool83) 2 December 2018
Seems a right character
- Luke Carnie (@floydcole83) 2 December 2018
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Former Borussia Dortmund player Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened the scoring for Arsenal from the spot kick. Eric Dier pulled Spurs back into the match and Harry Kane scored a penalty to pull his side ahead before half-time.
However, Aubameyang would equalise for Arsenal in the second half, with Alexandre Lacazette and Lucas Torreira getting their names on the scoresheet.
Aaron Ramsey has sent out a savage response to Dier for his celebration during the match, while a Spurs fan has been arrested for throwing a banana skin at Aubameyang.
Arsenal have had a fantastic start to the season under Unai Emery, who succeeded the long-standing Arsène Wenger in the summer.
The Gunners are fourth after 14 matches, with the London club one point behind Chelsea, six points behind Liverpool and nine points behind league leaders Manchester City.
Earlier this month, the former Paris Saint-Germain boss revealed the challenge he faced at the Gunners after Wenger's time in charge.
"I met once with him, and little else," he told Marca (via the Guardian).
"I respect him a lot but no matter how much info he gave me, I had to change things. I told the players: 'We started at kilometre zero.' Even now, four months later, I still say it: 'We are in the beginning!'
"Before Wenger arrived, Arsenal celebrated the 1-0 [win] and was based on defensive solidity. Then with Arsène, joy was turned into attack, with players of good standing, and the perfect combination was the Invincibles.
"But over time, only technical quality and offensive freedom were taken care of, and the team lost the defensive structure. What I want is to unite both essences and be more competitive. The Arsenal was in decline. We had to stop it and start climbing."
Is it too late for Emery's men to mount a Premier League title challenge this season?
Let us know in the comments.
Featured Image Credit: SLADE
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