Home of Nigeria Latest News and Updated Information

Arsenal to appeal David Luiz’s red card against Wolves - EPL

user_icon Posted by:
Tiamiyu Saheed Oluwatosin
views-icon Views:
like-icon Page likes:
dislike-icon Page dislikes:
calendar-icon Posted on: 2021-02-03 17:28:02
share-icon Share(s):

Arsenal will appeal David Luiz’s red card against Wolves, Goal reports.
Luiz was sent off after referee Craig Pawson deemed that he tripped Willian Jose in the box as the first half ended.
Ruben Neves stepped up to make it 1-1 at Molineux, cancelling out Nicolas Pepe’s opener.
The hosts won it thanks to a superb effort from Joao Moutinho.
Arsenal will now be appealing Luiz’s sending off, as they believe the defender’s challenge was accidental.
The club believes Luiz was clearly trying to avoid any contact with Jose before the striker went down.
Arsenal has studied the footage and strongly feel that contact was minimal if there was any at all.
When asked if the club would seek to have the red card overturned, manager Mikel Arteta responded: “I would say yes, let’s go straight away, but we have to speak and make the decision [about] what’s the best thing to do.

DO YOU KNOW >>> Glen Johnson names two important signings for Chelsea under Tuchel - EPL

READ ALSO >>> Arteta names player to miss Europa League, gives update on Thomas Partey - Arsenal versus Benfica

READ ALSO >>> FA rules in Arsenal’s appeal against David Luiz’s red card

READ ALSO >>> Glen Johnson names two important signings for Chelsea under Tuchel - EPL

READ ALSO >>> Luiz was careless says Ex-EPL referee, Walton backs Craig Pawson’s red card decision - Wolves versus Arsenal

BREAKING >>> Civilian fighters lose legs, Zulum approves foreign treatment - Boko Haram

For All Nigeria Past Questions Visit www.QUESTION.NG

Kindly share this post on different Social Media below



NOTE: User comments in this section are, as the name implies, provided by users of this website. The question.ng team is not responsible for, nor do they endorse, any of the information provided here.