After Arsenal’s last-second victory on Saturday, Ben White insulted Bournemouth goalie Neto savagely. Despite having a two goal advantage over the likely champions elect at Emirates Stadium. Cherries were force to accept a heartbreaking 3-2 loss. Goals from Thomas Partey, White, and Reiss Nelson ended the tense match.
Just seconds before the final horn, substitute Nelson scored the game winning goal in the seventh minute of extra time. Setting off scenes of mayhem throughout the stadium. The Bournemouth players, on the other hand, sank on their haunches.
Yet White took the opportunity to emphasise Neto’s anguish. While a number of the hosts’ stars joyfully celebrated with one another.
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The center back was seen fist-pumping in the captain of Bournemouth’s face during the chaotic events before joining the rest of his squad. Neto did not respond, remaining motionless, as though in amazement.
Although the precise cause of White’s reaction is unknown. It is likely that Arsenal’s irritation with the time wastage was the cause.
On numerous occasions, Bournemouth was charged with deliberately letting time pass Neto came under fire in particular for taking his time on several goal kicks. The home crowd booed practically all of his touches as a result.
A few of the spectators also needed medical attention during the competition, and these breaks only served to fuel the resentment.
Yet, in a painful way, Arsenal was able to take advantage of the excessive amount of time that was added after the match to steal all three points and keep up their title challenge in the Premier League. In contrast, Bournemouth is now supporting the table.
White was raised in the neighbourhood and was born in Poole. Close to Bournemouth. He attended local schools before starting his youth career at Southampton. After eight years in their academy. He was released at the age of 16, and Brighton & Hove Albion subsequently signed him.
After a number of productive loan stints, he eventually signed a £50 million contract to join Arsenal in the summer of 2021.
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