Bad news as Arsenal is being investigated by the FA after defeating Bournemouth 3-2
The Football Association is looking into the celebrations Arsenal had after their dramatic comeback win over Bournemouth on Saturday (FA).
After an hour of play at the Stadium, the team led by Mikel Arteta was two goals behind Bournemouth.
But goals from Thomas Partey, Benjamin White, and Reiss Nelson helped the Gunners come back and win three points.
After Nelson scored the game-winning goal at the last second, the field went crazy, and the Arsenal coaching staff and substitutes ran out to join the celebration.
It has since been revealed that referee Chris Kavanagh wrote about the altercation in his post-game report to the FA.
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The English game’s regulating authority is currently conducting a routine investigation into what happened.