Arsenal goalkeeper, Aaron Ramsdale has accused referee Paul Tierney of being against the Gunners in their 3-0 loss to Tottenham on Thursday.
The Gunners saw their chances of qualifying for the Champions League come under threat on Thursday night after the humbling defeat.
The Gunners were unhappy over a penalty decision given against them and Rob Holding being shown two yellow cards in the first half.
Harry Kane scored twice – one from the spot – and Son added the third at the start of the second period to put the game beyond the Gunners
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“We came here for three points; personally, decisions went against us tonight,” Ramsdale told Arsenal Media at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
“At first glance, I feel like the big decisions went against us, and then it’s an uphill battle from there,” he added
Liverpool legend and Sky Sports pundit, Jamie Redknapp has rated Arsenal and Tottenham’s chances of qualifying for the Champions League
However, after the north London derby ended in favor of Spurs on Thursday night.
Arsenal saw their top-four hopes come under threat last night with Spurs reducing the gap to just one point in the north London derby.
Gunners’ boss, Mikel Arteta was clearly fuming after the game and hit hard at referee Paul Tierney after watching his side fall 3-0 to their top-four challengers.
Harry Kane put Tottenham ahead after they were awarded a penalty as Cedric Soares was penalized for blocking Son Heung-min in the box
Rating their chances, Redknapp told Sky Sports,
“It is a really difficult one. Arsenal knows what they need to do. If they go to Newcastle and win and then beat Everton they get the Champions League.
“Spurs on the other hand, of course, they have much better fixtures, you would rather play Burnley at home and then Norwich away, Norwich are already down.
“Of course, you would rather have Spurs fixtures, but I would not mind being in Arsenal’s shoes because you know what you have got to do.
“But the other problem that Arsenal have got, and it is a really difficult one, is injuries. It looks like Gabriel has got an injury.
“They obviously haven’t got Rob Holding. Kieran Tierney is out injured. The back four has been pretty much dismantled. It is all to play for and Newcastle will be a really tough game for Arsenal.
“They somehow have to pick themselves up and I did not like how they played tonight. They were petulant. It was like the occasion got to them.”