sport news Spurs fans fume at 'inconsistency' after watching Arsenal's Jakub Kiwior escape ... trends now

sport news Spurs fans fume at 'inconsistency' after watching Arsenal's Jakub Kiwior escape ... trends now
sport news Spurs fans fume at 'inconsistency' after watching Arsenal's Jakub Kiwior escape ... trends now

sport news Spurs fans fume at 'inconsistency' after watching Arsenal's Jakub Kiwior escape ... trends now

Declan Rice scored deep into stoppage time to hand Arsenal a 4-3 win at Luton  But Tottenham fans are convinced that Jakub Kiwior should have been sent off This HAS to be the time when players show respect and control. Only the captain should approach referees - Listen to It's All Kicking Off 

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Angry Tottenham fans took to social media on Monday night to question why Arsenal defender Jakub Kiwior had escaped punishment against Luton after making a 'terrible tackle' on Andros Townsend.

Declan Rice stunned Kenilworth Road with a 97th minute winner to hand Arsenal a crucial 4-3 win over the relegation-threatened side, keeping the Gunners at the summit of the Premier League table.

But rival Tottenham fans were left furious after watching Kiwior catch Townsend high on the shin at 2-2, claiming Mikel Arteta's side should have been reduced to 10 men.

It was a particular sore point for Spurs fans, who have been without suspended Cristian Romero following his straight red card tackle on Chelsea's Enzo Fernandez.

Townsend and Kiwior each lunged for the ball inside the penalty box in the 53rd minute, with the latter just getting there first ahead of the Luton winger.

Tottenham fans have questioned why Arsenal's Jakub Kiwior escaped punishment against Luton for a 'terrible tackle' (left) after Cristian Romero was sent off against Chelsea (right)

Tottenham fans have questioned why Arsenal's Jakub Kiwior escaped punishment against Luton for a 'terrible tackle' (left) after Cristian Romero was sent off against Chelsea (right)

Romero was sent off by Michael Oliver against Chelsea last month for a dangerous high tackle

Romero was sent off by Michael Oliver against Chelsea last month for a dangerous high tackle

Declan Rice's stoppage time winner handed Arsenal a crucial 4-3 victory at Kenilworth Road

Declan Rice's stoppage time winner handed Arsenal a crucial 4-3 victory at Kenilworth Road

The Polish defender followed through and caught Townsend high on the shin, but escaped punishment as VAR chose

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