Sports Information of Wednesday, 8 July 2020
Resource: Ghana Soccernet
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Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta feels Eddie Nketiah’s crimson card in the video game against Leicester was harsh.
The English born Ghanaian was pink-carded just four minutes after getting on the pitch adhering to a reckless challenge on James Justin.
Arteta feels Leicester City goalscorer Jamie Vardy must have also been shown the marching orders after an early awful problem on Shkodran Mustafi.
“I am really very pleased of the group – the way we performed, in opposition to this style of opposition, and how dominant we have been,” Arsenal boss Arteta told Sky Sporting activities.
“In the initially half we should really have gone 3- or four-nil up and killed the match.
“With the pink card determination, he doesn’t see the player and you have to know that he is a young kid.
“But if that is a purple card then Leicester have to engage in with 10 men following 42 minutes. That has to be a purple card as perfectly.”
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