35. the Premier League round offered a thrilling battle between Newcastle United and Arsenal FC. However, the thrilling scenes were not only seen on the pitch, as one of the Canaries’ fans provoked the home sector and the answer came soon…
At first sight, Mikel Arteta’s dream league title was in the balance. Sunday’s game between the visitors from London and the home side Newcastle was particularly tense.
The latter is in a sensational 3rd place so far this season, securing the Champions League for the upcoming season. However, the Red Devils of Manchester are hot on the heels of the Black and Whites.
On the other side of the Premier League title chase. These were among the many reasons why the clash at St. James’ Park was so important for both sides.
The match was eventually dominated by the visitors after goals from Martin Odegaard and an own goal from home stopper Fabian Schär.
The euphoria in the away fans could have been overwhelming, but some of them were a little too euphoric. One of the Canaries’ supporters did not mince his words and provoked the home sector during the match, but he soon regretted it.
A large number of Newcastle fans took him to the ‘parade’ and the view was not very flattering in the final.
This is an unusual situation given the superior standard of organisation that is commonplace in the Islands at the highest levels.
Moreover, many British fans had a keen eye when watching the video. For they recognised that this was a sector reserved for families with children at St James’ Park.
That part of the stadium is described on the club’s own website as “offering a great experience for parents and their children, with an atmosphere suitable for even the youngest supporters.”
Source: Sportbible, Twitter, Newcastle United
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