Following their 1-0 loss at Newcastle, Arsenal issues a statement over Arteta’s remarks

In a statement issued on Sunday, Arsenal said that it agreed with manager Mikel Arteta’s remarks made after the team’s 1-0 loss to Newcastle United.

Arteta criticized the VAR referees for letting Anthony Gordon’s goal stand in the second half.

After a four-minute VAR review, the referees determined that Gordon was not offside, Joelinton did not foul Gabriel Magalhaes, and the ball had not crossed the line.

After the match, which ended the Gunners’ perfect season at St. James Park, Arteta was incensed at the judgment.

It’s embarrassing what transpired and the way this goal is standing in the Premier League, which we claim to be the greatest league in the world.

“After living in this nation for twenty years, I now feel humiliated. He declared, “It’s a shame and there are too many stakes in this.”

“Wholeheartedly supports Mikel Arteta’s post-match comments after yet more unacceptable refereeing and VAR errors on Saturday evening,” Arsenal declared in an official statement.

Furthermore, it stated that “PGMOL must immediately address the officiating standard and concentrate on action that moves us all past retrospective analysis, apologies, and attempted explanations.”

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