ARSENAL and the police are nonetheless trying to find the fool who threw a bottle at Dele Alli – because it was revealed there have been seven arrests made on the Carabao Cup conflict with Tottenham.
Officers from the Metropolitan police are working with the membership to attempt to determine who among the many crowd launched the plastic bottle at Alli.
The Tottenham star was hit on the facet of the top by the missile which appeared to come back from the Arsenal part of the gang in the course of the highly-charged EFL Cup quarter-final.
Alli had earlier scored a superb objective to assist Spurs to a 2-Zero win on the Emirates to seal the North London derby victory.
The England man responded by taunting the Arsenal followers by holding up his palms as an example the scoreline to them.
Arsenal at the moment are ready to find if they are going to be hit with an FA cost over the incident which is the newest signal of crowd bother in London stadiums.
Earlier this month a Tottenham fan was arrested for throwing a banana pores and skin at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang when the Gunners triumphed within the Premier League sport on the Emirates.
And 4 Chelsea followers have been arrested dealing with allegations of racially abusing Raheem Sterling at Stamford Bridge.
Police say they’re nonetheless in search of the bottle thrower, and in addition revealed they made seven different arrests on the match – together with for drug use.
A Met Police assertion mentioned: “The Met is working with Arsenal Soccer Membership to determine the particular person answerable for an incident the place a bottle was thrown onto the pitch in the course of the Arsenal vs Tottenham match on Wednesday, 19 December.
“There was no arrest in relation to this particular incident.
“Seven individuals have been arrested as a part of the policing operation for this match for quite a lot of offences together with possession of medication; public order and assault on police.”
The FA are conscious of the incident and can examine, though they’re completely happy to let Arsenal and the police take management in the interim.