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fan who attacked Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has admitted to the charges.
Arsenal won 2-0 against Tottenham Hotspur in the 20th round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on the 16th of last month (hereinafter Korean time).
It was an overwhelming victory for Arsenal. At the time, Arsenal was continuing the best atmosphere at the top of the league, and Tottenham showed an uneasy appearance with ups and downs. As expected, Arsenal’s ability to organize the game was enough to baffle Tottenham players. In the end, with goalkeeper Hugo Lloris’s own goal and Martin Odegaard’s extra goal, Arsenal defeated their ‘northern London rivals’ Tottenham.
Tottenham suffered humiliation at home. Since they had already lost 3-1 in the first half, they suffered a league double against their biggest rival. After the match, Tottenham fans were furious and could not calm down their excitement. 메이저놀이터
Eventually Satan arose. A Tottenham fan in the stands kicked Arsenal goalkeeper Ramsdale, who had his back to the stands. He then quickly climbed onto the bleachers and ran away to avoid being caught by the bodyguards stationed on the scene.
The incident also reached the ears of the Tottenham club. Tottenham condemned fans who committed violent acts, no matter how rivalry they were. “We condemn the action of a fan who attempted to attack Ramsdale at the end of today’s game. Violence in football must not be tolerated in any action,” an official statement was issued to the man who kicked Ramsdale. Tottenham immediately banned fans from entering the stadium.
The man who committed the charge was prosecuted. After about a month of investigation, the assaulter admitted the charges. Britain’s ‘The Sun’ said on the 17th, “The man who assaulted Ramsdale admitted assault by beating when he appeared at the Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court today. He was also found guilty of moving to an area adjacent to the stadium and throwing a coin into the stadium. He also acknowledged it.”