Emotions were high after Arsenal‘s 2-2 against Crystal Palace at the Emirates. Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who was seen driving home after Sunday’s draw was seen receiving abuse from Arsenal fans as his car was stuck in traffic. In a video that went viral on Twitter, a number of supporters were seen around Aubameyang’s chrome Lamborghini Aventador and one fan was heard screaming, ‘£2,000 a year to watch “s***… f*** off!’ While another said, “These people pay £1,800 for a season ticket… they are your support!”
Fans jeering at Pierre-Emerick comes after Granit Xhaka, was criticised as he told an Arsenal supporter to ‘f*** off‘ while they battled against Crystal Palace at the Emirates. Xhaka was seen being mocked by fans as he left the pitch after being substituted in the second half.
In the wake of Xhaka’s misbehaviour with fans, Arsenal’s boss Unai Emery defended Xhaka, who claimed that the Switzerland international ‘is devastated and sad about the situation’. An though it is not yet confirmed if Xhaka will hold on to his captaincy after his misbehaviour, but boss Emery did admit that Xhaka felt bad about the situation.
He revealed how it was not easy for Xhaka and for the team. Emery who spoke to Xhaka claimed that he devastated, devastated and sad. He further stated, “This morning, he trained as normal with the group but he is devastated and he is sad about the situation. His commitment with the club is a great commitment every time. He wants to help. His behaviour was perfect in training, with the group and with the club. He knows he was wrong. He was wrong and he feels it inside very deeply. But that is normal as a human.”