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Arsenal Fans Are Very Happy How Zinchenko Challenged The Fourth Official



Despite not being included in the matchday roster, the video below of Oleksandr Zinchenko disagreeing with the fourth official during Arsenal’s victory over Fulham is gaining a lot of attention among Arsenal supporters.

After six years at Manchester City, where he won the Premier League six times and numerous cup competitions, Zinchenko joined Arsenal in the summer.

Despite just having been at the Emirates for a few months, he has already won over some of the supporters there since the Gunners have had a successful season thus far.

The Ukrainian appeared to halt taking a throw last weekend so he could pause and hear the crowd chant a song about him, which thrilled the spectators.


On Saturday night, he didn’t even need to be in the matchday squad, due to an injury picked up on Friday, in order to advance his position with the supporters.

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Fans were loving the passion he showed in the incident with the fourth official, having to be moved away by one of the coaching staff.

“Not even in the matchday squad, but still being as passionate as ever!” one fan said whilst adding the starry eyed emoji to his post.

“Arteta has got so many individual leaders in this team,” another added.



“Things like this have worth when you support a team as an Arsenal supporter or a football fan in general! You won’t always succeed, but your supporters will always remember your pride and dedication as a player for your club “Added a third.

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Another supporter, who stated, “The leadership was the angle picked up by “We have been searching for a winning attitude and a fighting spirit for quite some time. There are many leaders on this Arsenal squad.”

One fan expressed his affection for him in the following words: “Slowly becoming my favorite player in the group together with Dag.”


The Gunners had a faultless start to the new season, but for the first time against Fulham on Saturday, they were put under pressure.

Aleksandar Mitrovic gave the Cottagers the lead in the second half, after Gabriel’s mistake, before Odegaard equalised and then Gabriel made up for his part in the opener by scoring the winner.

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