Tottenham star James Maddison felt he was mocked by his national teammate, Bukayo Saka following their clash in the north London derby on Sunday.
Arsenal were held to a 2-2 by Tottenham at the Emirates Stadium with Saka netting the Gunners’ second from the penalty spot.
After finding the back of the net, Saka mocked the former Leicester City ace by performing the midfielder’s trademark goal celebration.
And Maddison, who was the creator of both Son Heung-min’s goals, has hit back at the winger.
“Me and Bukayo had a bit of banter and a bit of trash talking on international duty,” the England midfielder said after the game.
“I got told he did my celebration. He must have still been doing it after I turned him for the first [Spurs] goal.
“I’ll have a little word with him.”