Arsenal sits on the top of the league with 5 points gap at the moment and they are hoping to extend their impressive performance as they eyes to lift the EPL title.
Arsenal hosted Newcastle on Tuesday at Emirates hoping to extend their three points winning streak,but their dream turned unexpected as Newcastle proved to them to share the points at their home ground. This marked second match for Arsenal to draw the points.
On the last minutes of additional time,Gunners behave unexpected asking for penalty kick,FA has charge them on the incident in the fifth minute of stoppage time, when a number of Arsenal players surrounded referee Andrew Madley to claim a penalty for a possible handball. Madley, who issued nine yellow cards in what became a fractious and scrappy encounter at the Emirates, dismissed their appeals.
Next game Arsenal will take on against Tottenham and they are expected to have respect to referee and obey the rules before been charged again.
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