Spurs Fan Witnesses Arsenal's 'Bottlejob' Against Southampton at Emirates Stadium


Spurs Fan Witnesses Arsenal's 'Bottlejob' Against Southampton at Emirates Stadium

A video of a Spurs fan at the Emirates Stadium during Arsenal's unexpected 3-3 draw with Southampton has gained significant attention online.

In their match against the bottom-ranked Premier League team, the Gunners failed to secure a win for the third consecutive game, thereby giving Manchester City greater optimism in their pursuit of the title.

A dreadful start to the match resulted in Mikel Arteta's squad trailing 2-0, conceding goals to Carlos Alcaraz and former Arsenal player Theo Walcott.

Gabriel Martinelli managed to reduce the deficit, but Southampton responded by extending their lead to 3-1 with a goal from Duje Caleta Car. 

Despite Arsenal scoring twice in the latter stages of the game through Martin Odegaard and Bukayo Saka, salvaging a point, there was an atmosphere of discouragement and frustration.

However, one supporter seated in home end thoroughly enjoyed the spectacle. Tottenham fan @DermotThfc, who was present at the stadium, shared a video of himself relishing the match, accompanied by the caption, "Had to be there to witness the biggest bottlejob in history".

Despite the irony of supporting a team that has its own share of struggles, the individual in question proudly donned his Spurs jersey, bringing the emblem up close to the camera before exuberantly celebrating with a fist pump.

The Twitter video has garnered more than 170,000 views, wherein Dermot mentioned that he cannot refuse a complimentary ticket.

Watch video below....

Currently, Arsenal leads the table by five points. However, City, who will play in the FA Cup semi-finals against Sheffield United on Saturday, have two games in hand.

Although only the latter match has a confirmed date of May 3, they still have to confront both Brighton and West Ham.

Considering City's ongoing participation in the Champions League, where they are set to play Real Madrid in the semi-finals, it could prove challenging to fit in that Brighton fixture.

City are scheduled to face Arsenal in a significant top-of-the-table encounter at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday, with many anticipating that the outcome of the game will determine the title's fate.

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