FA investigating Arsenal after Gunners’ wild celebrations in dramatic Bournemouth win
Arsenal (opens in new tab)‘s wild celebrations following Reiss Nelson’s 97th-minute winner in opposition to Bournemouth (opens in new tab) on Saturday are being investigated by the FA.
Having seen their facet come from 2-0 all the way down to win 3-2 by way of Nelson’s excellent long-range strike, Gunners substitutes and workers could not include themselves and flooded onto the pitch in jubilant scenes on the Emirates Stadium.
The scenes had been precisely what you’d count on to see following such a dramatic second within the Premier League title race – however referee Chris Kavanagh made a word of the ‘incident’ in his match report, which means, as weird because it sounds, it should now be reviewed additional.
Bournemouth had been 2-0 up with simply over half-an-hour to play on the Emirates: Philip Billing had put the struggling Cherries in entrance with the second-quickest purpose in Premier League historical past after 9.11 seconds, earlier than Marcos Senesi doubled their lead with a header from a nook halfway by way of the second half.
However league leaders Arsenal reaffirmed their title credentials by mounting a comeback for the ages in entrance of a raucous residence crowd.
Thomas Partey pulled one again on 62 minutes, Ben White made it 2-2 along with his first-ever Gunners purpose eight minutes later, then Nelson accomplished the turnaround in sensational fashion.