Arsenal vs Tottenham: Aaron Ramsey trolling Eric Dier after bust-up in 2018 remembered

Aaron Ramsey clashes with Eric Dier and Dele Alli in Arsenal vs Spurs

The north London derby is always a feisty encounter.

To say that Tottenham and Arsenal don’t like each other would be an understatement.

Both sides really don’t get along and that means both sides give that extra bit more to end up on the winning side when they lay each other.

They’ve produced many classics in the past and one of the best games in recent history came on December 2, 2018.

Arsenal took the lead in the 10th minute at the Emirates Stadium with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoring from the spot.

Eric Dier then equalised with 30 minutes played and all hell would break loose on the sidelines.



A brawl broke out on the sidelines with Dier and Aaron Ramsey involved.

Ramsey was on the bench at the time and Dier could be heard telling him to ‘sit back down’.

The Welshman was introduced at half-time with Arsenal 2-1 down and he helped The Gunners to a memorable comeback.

Ramsey recorded two assists as Arsenal won 4-2.

Dier, meanwhile, had a bit of a shocker in the second half.

Alexandre Lacazette made it 3-2 after his shot took a heavy deflection off Dier. The Spurs man was then floored by Lucas Torreira for the fourth goal.

Ramsey then decided to mock Dier after the game.

Taking to social media, the midfielder posted an image of him during the game with the caption: ‘sit down he said.’


It really was one of the most entertaining games in recent Premier League history.

There were six goals, two of which were penalties.

There was a brawl between both sets of players with Dier and Ramsey amongst the thick of it.

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And, to top it off, there was also a red card with Jan Vertonghen being sent off late on.

Both teams have had their struggles as of late but, when they come up against each other, the game is always a must-watch.

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