The England Football Association (FA) and Arsenal have launched an investigation into fans who threw objects and bottles at Man City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.
Arsenal and Man City faced off in the Premier League in the 2022/23 season at the Emirates Stadium in London, England on the 16th (Korean time). The match ended with Manchester City winning 3-1.
In the 24th minute of the first half, Takehiro Tomiyasu’s back pass mistake was intercepted by The Bruiner and Manchester City scored the opening goal.
Arsenal tied the game with Bukayo Saka’s penalty kick in the 42nd minute of the first half, but Jack Grealish’s reverse goal in the 27th minute and Elling Hollan’s key goal in the 37th minute of the second half gave Manchester City a clear victory.
Fans reacted as wildly as the fierce match between the two teams. When De Bruyne was substituted in the 42nd minute of the second half and went into the bench, some Arsenal fans threw plastic bottles and cups.
Fortunately, De Bruyne was not struck by the disease, but a threatening situation could arise.
Afterwards, De Bruyne leisurely looked at the spectators and went to the bench, and after the match, through social media, he turned the Arsenal fan’s behavior into humor with the words “Do you have beer?” and “Thank you.”
However, unlike De Bruyne Thatcher, the FA and Arsenal clubs did not stand by and watch the fans’ actions. 온라인카지노
The British media ‘Daily Mail’ reported on the 16th, “The FA has launched an investigation into a fan who threw an object at Kevin De Bruyne during the match between Arsenal and Manchester City.”
The Daily Mail noted that “Arsenal are currently under investigation by the FA and they will impose strict sanctions on supporters convicted of throwing objects at De Bruyne.”
“The object does not appear to have injured De Bruyne, but it was observed that De Bruyne kicked the bottle and walked out of the arena. In fact, someone threw the bottle and almost hit The Bruyne. De Bruyne I bent down at the last moment to avoid getting hit,” he pointed out that it was a dangerous action.
The Premier League has taken strict measures against violent behavior on the pitch.
If the Arsenal fan who threw the bottle is identified, both the FA and Arsenal will likely punish the fan strongly.
The FA said it would work with the police and authorities to ensure that appropriate action is taken against the spectators who attacked Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale after the match between Arsenal and Tottenham in January.