Arsene Wenger and Ronald Koeman involved in tunnel bust-up

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was involved in a tunnel bust-up with Southampton manager Ronald Koeman after last night's clash at the Emirates, according to the Daily Mail. 

Wenger's side failed to secure all three points against Saints as the game ended goalless in north London. 

Arsenal missed a number of fine opportunities to win the fixture while Southampton also had chances of their own late on. 


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Following the stalemate, Wenger, who watched his side drop down to fourth place in the Premier League, was far from happy. 

In fact, he took his anger out on referee Lee Mason, shouting: 'It's always the same with you.'

Tunnel bust-up

But it was Southampton boss Koeman who reacted to Wenger's outburst at the match official. Confronting Wenger, the Dutchman stated: 'It's always the same with you.'

Koeman didn't stop there, however; he went on to further berate Wenger, adding: ‘You had 10 chances to score and didn’t take any of them, instead you take it out on them (the officials).’ 

Ultimately, then, Wenger was far from happy after his side failed to score in the Premier League for the third consecutive game. 

The Gunners have now gone four games without a win in England's elite division and sit five points behind table-toppers Leicester City. 

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Thierry Henry
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