After Arsenal’s 1-0 victory, Kyle Walker and Erling Haaland were spotted arguing with Nicolas Joer, who coaches the team’s set-pieces.
during a heated argument between players and staff during Sunday’s match at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal and Manchester City have avoided punishment from the Football Association (FA).
Due to a late Gabriel Martinelli goal, the Gunners were able to defeat Manchester City and tie Premier League leaders Tottenham for first place with a 1-0 victory.
After the game, Kyle Walker of City and Arsenal’s set-piece coach Nicolas Joer got into a heated argument on the sidelines.
The City squad was eventually ushered down the tunnel as players and officials intervened to defuse the tension.
The altercation was quickly resolved when it started, and it is believed that neither Arsenal nor City will face any consequences from the FA.
The confrontation started as England’s Walker was making his way to the tunnel and Joer, who had previously served as City’s set-piece coach before joining Arsenal in 2021, exchanged words with Walker.
Erling Haaland, a striker, then moved over to join Walker before staff members and players from both sides came together and started to argue. In the end, Bukayo Saka really escorted an angry Joer away.
When questioned about the event, a beaming Guardiola responded, “I know what occurred, but I won’t say anything.
They [Arsenal] are aware of it.
Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, declined to comment on the altercation, saying reporters: “I haven’t seen it.”