Revealed: What Ben White did to Bournemouth goalkeeper Neto after Arsenal comeback

Arsenal faced off with Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon in a Premier League clash.

Arsenal kicked off at the Emirates having seen their lead atop of the Premier League shortened to just two points following Manchester City’s 2-0 win over Newcastle in the early kick-off.

The Gunners, though, were likely expecting an easy win vs a Cherries side who have shipped the most goals in the top-flight so far this season.

However, a Philip Billing goal inside the first minute of the game sent shockwaves around north London.

Arsenal were unable to find a reply in the first 45, with Marcos Senesi doubling the away outfit’s lead shortly before the hour-mark.

Any hope of three points for Arsenal was quickly fading away but goals from Thomas Partey and Ben White in the 62nd and 70th minute gave Mikel Arteta and co. a shot at a major comeback.

Substitute Reiss Nelson, who assisted White’s goal just a minute after coming on, then netted a 97th-minute winner to restore Arsenal’s five-point lead over Manchester City.

Following the game, an insight into what Ben White did after Nelson’s goal has been provided.

During the celebrations, Ben White celebrated directly in front of Bournemouth goalkeeper Neto, who had frustrated the Arsenal players with his time-wasting for much of the game.

White was seen fist-pumping in close proximity to the Brazilian before eventually joining his jubilant teammates.

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Josh Barker

Josh Barker

Middlesbrough fan from the North East of England. @JoshBarker979 on Twitter.

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