“I prevented the win for you”.
Former Tottenham and Nottingham Forest defender Serge Aurier took to Instagram on Wednesday (Aug. 22) to congratulate Tottenham fans on their win over Arsenal.
Arsenal lost 0-1 to Nottingham Forest in the 37th round of the 2022-2023 Premier League at the City Ground in West Bridgford, England, on Nov. 21.
The failure to pick up a point left Arsenal with 81 points (25 wins, 6 draws, and 6 losses in 37 games) heading into the league’s final round of matches and failed to catch first-place Manchester City (85 points) with three league games remaining.
In the end, Arsenal conceded the league title to City regardless of the remaining fixtures.
City won three consecutive league titles (2020-2021, 2021-2022, and 2022-2023). It signaled a new dynasty that has won the title in five of the last six seasons. 스포츠토토
Arsenal’s second-half slump was too much for the Gunners, who had been in the lead since the beginning of the season. More than Man City, there were fans who were disappointed in Arsenal’s failure to win the title. The fans of arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
One of Nottingham’s players, Aurier, is a Spurs alumnus, and he did his part with a solid defensive performance.
Known for being close friends with Son Heung-min during their time at Tottenham, Orié dedicated the victory to Spurs fans, saying, “If we’re not champions, they shouldn’t be,” shortly after the Arsenal win.
In fact, Orié posted the message on his Instagram alongside a photo of his Tottenham family, saying, “My Tottenham family,” to show how much he still loves the team.
“In the past, Arsenal fans cheered when Tottenham were denied the title by Leicester City,” the UK’s Spurs Web said. Now we can rejoice in Arsenal’s failure to win the title,” he smiled.