Tottenham Hotspur forward, Richarlison, has accused Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale of being “disrespectful” to their fans by celebrating Sunday’s 2-0 derby win in front of them.
Richarlison pushed Ramsdale away after the goalkeeper raised his arms and kissed his jersey while looking towards the home fans at the final whistle.
Ramsdale was then kicked in the back by a Tottenham supporter as he prepared to leave the field.
“What I really didn’t like was their goalkeeper going to celebrate in front of our fans,” Richarlison told ESPN regarding Ramsdale.
“It’s kind of disrespectful to our fans, he has his fans, he has to go celebrate with his fans, not be cute with our fans.”
Richarlison, who came on as a 71st minute substitute in Sunday’s game, said he didn’t fear punishment for his actions.
“Punishment nothing,” he said. “People know that we tried to do our best, but you have to respect other teams. He [Ramsdale] lacked respect there, and I went there to charge [against] him.”