Arsenal manager regrets all his unnecessary actions including the act of pushing the fourth official

Arsenal manager, Arsène Wenger, regretted all his unnecessary actions and apologized.

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Arsenal dramatically defeated Burnley FC 2 – 1 and landed on the second place of the league table. However, it was a bitter victory for Wenger.

The controversy broke out when referee Jon Moss gave a penalty to Burnley three minutes into second half injury time. Wenger fiercely protested against this decision and got sent off from the pitch. Wenger did not obey this order and peeked at the game from the tunnel. The fourth official Anthony Taylor ordered Wenger to exit the field but Wenger again refused by physically pushing the fourth official.

Now the FA is set to investigate this incident which might affect where Wenger will sit for the next few games.

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