The Gunners faced criticism for their post-match reaction following their 3-1 victory over Liverpool at the Emirates. There was speculation about whether their celebrations were too excessive, with concerns that they may have gotten overly carried away.
Arsenal’s manager defended the celebrations, stating that he loves the passion and emotion that it brings to the game when done in a natural and unique manner. He acknowledged that while some may have a different opinion, he personally finds it great.
He also emphasized the need to maintain perspective, acknowledging that there is still a long road ahead in the league challenge. His comments indicated an understanding of the unpredictable nature of football and the potential for setbacks.
The manager’s remarks were made in the context of an upcoming match against West Ham, where he was informed about the celebrations by the club’s communications department. He expressed his support for the passion displayed by the team and highlighted similar displays by other managers in the Premier League.