FA opens investigation after Arsenal’s 4-2 win at Aston Villa
The Football Association (FA, is looking into the fracas that involved Arsenal and Aston Villa staff during the Gunners’ 4-2 victory on Saturday.
Arsenal analyst Miguel Molina and Villa’s Victor Manas had an altercation in stoppage time of the game at Villa Park.
At the time, Jorginho’s shot, which bounced off Emi Martinez’s head, gave Mikel Arteta’s men a 3-2 lead.
On Monday, the NFL announced it was looking into the incident in the stands.
It is claimed that Manas, who worked at the Emirates during Unai Emery’s tenure, was furious at Molina’s celebrations in the press box.
Stewards moved in to diffuse the tension, and Molina eventually left the media area. Sources deny he was ejected.
"No. I haven’t spoken to Miguel Molina.
“Like anything that happens in the stands, we will look at it, address it, and take action if necessary,” Arteta replied when asked about the incident after the game.
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