Arsenal is a club divided by civil war.
Tensions between the Wenger Out brigade and those loyal to the long-serving manager have reached boiling point.
During the Gunners’ draw with Man City at the Emirates, home fans were videoed fighting among themselves in the stands.
Take a look..
— S_U_H (@15suhayb) April 2, 2017
Thankfully neither of the gentleman involved appeared to be capable of causing much harm but there’s no place for such disruptions inside the stadium, or anywhere for that matter.
On the pitch, a Shkodran Mustafi header earned the hosts a point after first-half goals from Leroy Sane and Sergio Aguero had put City in the ascendancy.
Theo Walcott was also on the scoresheet and appeared visibly annoyed at Arsene Wenger’s decision to substitute him off for Alex Iwobi in the second half.
Many fans of other clubs were quick to point out that the fighting wasn’t quite as intense as the scenes witnessed at the London Stadium between West Ham fans earlier this season.
DREAM TEAM POINTS:
ARSENAL: Ospina -1, Bellerin -1, Mustafi 8, Koscielny -1, Monreal 2, Coquelin -1, Xhaka -1, Ozil 5, Walcott 8, Sanchez 3, Welbeck 0.
SUBS: Iwobi 0, Gabriel -1, Giroud 0.
MAN CITY: Caballero -1, Navas 2, Otamendi -1, Stones -1, Clichy -1, Fernandinho 2, Silva 5, De Bruyne 5, Sane 8, Sterling , Aguero 13.
SUBS: Toure , Zabaleta -1.
STAR MAN: Sergio Aguero