Video of Arsenal fan groping female in the stands during win vs Man City goes viral

Video of Arsenal fan groping female in the stands during win vs Man City goes viral

An Arsenal female fan was seeing being groped by a male supporter in a viral video

Following Arsenal’s 1-0 victory over Pep Guardiola’s team at the Emirates Stadium, the French coach got into an altercation with three Man City players but what has really gone viral is a video of a female man being groped by a man during the celebrations.

Video of Arsenal fan groping female in the stands during win vs Man City goes viral on Twitter

The eight-year wait was worth it as Arsenal defeated Manchester City in the Premier League for the first time since 2015. Before Gabriel Martinelli’s long-range strike bounced off Nathan Ake to give the Gunners the victory five minutes from time, the game appeared to be headed for a scoreless draw.

When Michael Oliver eventually signalled the conclusion of the game after a tense wait, the Emirates Stadium scenes were, naturally, joyful. Martin Odegaard performed his customary lap of gratitude with an extra spring in his step, while Martinelli slumped to the ground in excitement as Mikel Arteta sprinted onto the field to huddle with his team.


Three City players and the Arsenal coach got into a fight

But everything wasn’t just hugs and grins. Kyle Walker, Erling Haaland, and Jack Grealish all got into a fight with Arsenal coach Nicolas Jover as the City players limped back towards the away dressing room. Bukayo Saka promptly broke up the fight and served as a mediator before the City players eventually left the area into the tunnel.

Walker would have been familiar with Jover prior to their Sunday matchup. In fact, only a few moments earlier, Jover had spoken to John Stones, another of his former players, in what appeared to be cordial terms. However, Haaland and Grealish won’t have known the Frenchman before the match because they came after his departure for north London.

The specific reason for the altercation is yet unknown. In his post-game press conference, Mikel Arteta channelled his inner Arsene Wenger and merely denied not seeing it, Pep Guardiola was ready to acknowledge that he saw it, but he was coy about the specifics, adding that he knew what happened but he did not want to say anything.


Who is Nicolas Jover?

Guardiola will likely be familiar with Jover, though. Between 2019 and 2021, the Frenchman worked as a member of City’s coaching staff for two years. He had quite a reputation there as a set-piece coach, and Arteta moved swiftly to get him to the Emirates in the summer of 2021 when Andreas Georgson left.

In just three months of the 2021/22 season, Arsenal went from having the third-lowest number of goals from set pieces in the Premier League in 2020/21 to leading the league in goals from dead-ball situations. Jover’s impact was immediate. He frequently can be seen shouting instructions from the sidelines for every corner and free-kick due to his prominent position with the Gunners. But Jover is used to having this kind of power.


The Frenchman has already expressed his goal to one day develop a play from a corner that will be so distinctive that it will be linked to him in the same way that “Tiki Taka” is linked to Guardiola or “Gegenpressing” is linked to Jurgen Klopp.