Arsenal played Fulham on Sunday April 8th few days after knocking out Slavia Prague and progressing to the semi final in the Europa league competition.
The gunners looked sharp in the first half and they scored a good team goal from Dani Ceballos but the VAR ruled out the goal after finding Lacazette's toes on offside.
In the second half Fulham improved and they got a penalty in the 59 minute after Arsenal defender Gabriel fouled Mario Lemina inside the box.
Arsenal equalized in the added minutes through their youngster Nketia and it is at this moment that Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta was spotted urging the players back to the halfway line during their celebration of the equalizer. See the photo below.
Mikel was angered that the players were celebrating an equaliser that would see the match end in a draw whereas they were suppose to get back to work immediately to try and find the winning goal.
The gunners now seat 9th in the table with 45 points and only have the Europa league competition as a way to play in the Champions league next season.
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