Mikel Arteta’s males might be slapped with a positive for the way in which they dealt with themselves towards Manchester City through the heart-breaking final gasp defeat by Man City
Arsenal have been charged by the Football Association for “failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion during the 59th minute” of their current Premier League conflict with Manchester City.
The incident in query is the second central defender Gabriel Magalhaes was purple carded after his second yellow card in fast succession.
Question marks nonetheless encompass his first yellow, with some supporters claiming it was due to the Brazilian intentionally scuffing the penalty spot earlier than Riyad Mahrez stepped up for City from 12 yards.
However, it looks like the extra possible reasoning was for his reaction to the penalty being awarded within the first place, Gabriel one in all many Gunners stars surrounding referee Stuart Atwell after he had pointed to the spot.
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