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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta falls victim to Snapchat filter as Chelsea fan mocks ‘moany’ interview after loss to Tottenham


Football Twitter remains unbeaten following Tottenham’s 3-0 victory over Arsenal.

Spurs manager Antonio Conte has slammed Gunners boss Mikel Arteta for complaining so much – but while some are using words, others are using Snapchat filters.

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Arteta seemed to suggest Arsenal were struggling to

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta falls victim to Snapchat filter as Chelsea fan mocks ‘moany’ interview after loss to Tottenham

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The Gunners had a first half to forget at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Arteta clearly felt aggrieved by North London derby refereeing after Cedric conceded a penalty and Rob Holding was sent off for two yellow cards in 33 minutes.

“If I say what I think, I’m suspended for six months,” said the Spaniard.

Many believed Arsenal were the architect of their own downfall as Spurs moved within a point of their fourth-place rivals with two games to go.

And the internet wasn’t about to let Arteta off the hook with any more excuses for his loss.

A clip of the Spaniard delivering this post-match interview with a cry filter has since gone viral on Twitter…

Meanwhile, Conte echoed those sentiments, albeit in a more sophisticated way.


“He complains a lot,” the Italian said of Arteta.

“He needs to focus more on his team. He needs to focus more on his job. He must continue to work because he is a very good (coach). Hearing someone complain all the time is not so good.

“In Liverpool (Saturday) do you hear me complaining about Fabinho and all the faults? No. He can take my advice if he wants, but if not, I don’t care.

“I listen and he complains a lot. I think he needs to be more focused on his team and not complain because he has just started his job. He should be calm and try to keep working. Listening to a coach complaining often is not good.

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