Arsenal suffered a 4-1 defeat to Manchester City in the Premier League last night, and Ben White almost started a brawl at full-time, much to the anger of Erling Haaland and Phil Foden.

The Gunners were taught a footballing lesson by Pep Guardiola’s side. They dominated us in almost every part of the game and we deserved to take nothing away from the Etihad.

White was really frustrated after the game, and he took his anger out on Phil Foden for whatever reason.

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Ben White makes Phil Foden and Erling Haaland furious after Man City v Arsenal

Arsenal were really poor last night, while Manchester City were at their absolute best.

Kevin De Bruyne’s brace and goals from John Stones and Erling Haaland sealed the three points for the champions, and the game got more and more frustrating as it went on.

White tried extremely hard last night. Even when everyone around him looked deflated, he continued to press, and at one point, he was the most advanced Arsenal player on the pitch.

The result was a hard one to take in the end, and right after full-time, White went up to Phil Foden and angrily held his shirt. The Manchester City man pushed him away and players from both sides had to separate them.

Haaland, who had let his hair down, was furious. He shouted at White and was seen angrily pointing his finger at the Englishman as he was dragged away from the scene.

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The Insider’s View:

White seemed really frustrated for most of the second half.

He was involved in an incident with Ruben Dias just before half-time, when the Portuguese defender kicked out at him. That could’ve easily been a red card, by the way, but he only received a yellow.

Since after the break, the Englishman kept going at City’s players. He fouled Jack Grealish a couple of times and later took his anger out on Foden.

Thankfully, he was dragged away before the referee could put his hand in his pocket.

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