Chris Sutton makes ‘true followers’ jibe at West Ham supporters who left Arsenal recreation
Thousands of the house crowd flooded out of the London Stadium after their group have been dominated within the first half of their Premier League drubbing. William Saliba, Bukayo Saka, Gabriel and Leandro Trossard had put the Gunners 4 to the nice by the break.
Many had seen sufficient and headed for the exit doorways prematurely, with the TV cameras exhibiting them leaving even earlier than the half-time whistle had been blown. Sutton took to social media and shared his ideas.
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Posting on X, previously Twitter, he argued: “True football fans don’t leave the game at half-time…” Those who stayed noticed Saka scored his second of the sport earlier than former West Ham captain Declan Rice rubbed salt of their wounds with a surprising strike to make it six.
Sutton’s remark proved controversial with footy followers on social media, with so much arguing match-goers can do as they please after spending their hard-earned cash. They actually hadn’t obtained worth for his or her entry.
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Sky Sports Roy Keane tore into David Moyes facet on the break, saying: “I can’t believe what I’m watching – it is shocking from West Ham. The last 10 or 15 minutes, they’ve been an absolute disgrace.
“The first half-an-hour was a bit cagey as a result of they put Arsenal beneath slightly little bit of strain however after that, it was so poor. There’s methods to lose a recreation of soccer however the best way West Ham are doing it, they appear sluggish, they appear previous, they’re wanting again, there’s no starvation, no need.”
Arsenal’s win was the first time they’d been leading an away game 4-0 at half-time since their memorable 4-4 draw with Newcastle in February 2011. And it was also the first time they’d hit six on their league travels since a 6-1 win at Everton in August 2009, who have been additionally then managed by Moyes.