FA Begins Arsenal Investigations After Last-gasp Winner Vs Bournemouth! (Details)
The English FA have reportedly begun to investigate Arsenal after their last-minute winner against Bournemouth on Saturday, MySportDab reports.
Reiss Nielson turned a hero for the Gunners after he scored a 97th-minute winner for the home side in a tense Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal surprisingly trailed Bournemouth by two goals before coming from behind to win the game.
Philip Billing put Bournemouth ahead in what was the fastest goal Premier League goal, scoring in 9.11 seconds to give the relegation-bound team a surprise lead.
Arsenal failed to find an equaliser throughout the first half and was struggling to break through Bournemouth’s brink wall defense with all 10 men behind the ball.
In the second half, Bournemouth surprisingly doubled the lead against the run of play. Senesi nodded home a corner kick to double the lead for the away side.
Arsenal gathered themselves back immediately after conceding the second.
Thomas Partey quickly put one back for the Gunners before Ben White scored the equaliser late in the second half.
In the 97th minute, Reiss Nielson completed a stunning comeback for the Gunners with his left-footed half-volley to make it 3-2 for the Gunners.
Wild scenes of celebrations broke through the Arsenal ranks from the stands to the staff, coaching crew, and the players after Nielson’s last-gasp winner.
Now, according to the Mirror, Arsenal are facing charges from the FA following their wild celebrations after Nielson’s winner.
The report confirms Football Association executives are evaluating a report submitted by the center referee in the match, Chris Kavanagh, capturing what transpired in the wild celebrations after Nielson’s goal.
The FA are reportedly looking at a possible breach of regulations by Arsenal coaching staff and substitutes who ran into the pitch during the celebrations.
Arsenal may likely be penalised if found to have breached regulations by the wild celebrations.