Tottenham Hotspur legend Micky Hazard slams Arsenal fans and points finger at Mathieu Flamini

The former Spurs midfielder was not pleased with the performances of the Arsenal fans or two-goal hero Flamini.

Arsenal defeated Tottenham Hotspur in the North London derby last night. Two shock goals from Mathieu Flamini did the trick, with a Calum Chambers own goal for Tottenham.

But the result was marred by some of the actions of a group of Arsenal fans after the game. The Gunners faithful were asked to remain behind for a brief moment of time to avoid trouble outside the stadium.

However disgruntled Arsenal fans decided to take out their frustrations on the White Hart Lane stadium.

The Gunners of course were being unfairly represented by a poor standard from a group of their fans and it did not go down well with one Tottenham Hotspur legend.

The former midfielder spent two spells at the club, from 1978 to 1985 and 1995 to 1995, and was clearly left livid by the actions of the Arsenal fans.

He Tweeted:


He was also unhappy with the celebration of Arsenal's hero Mathieu Flamini, Tweeting the following:

It was certainly a bad advert for the North London derby and most people were furious about the actions of this pocket of fans.

Arsenal are now likely to receive some sort of punishment from the FA over the action of their fans which spoiled a well fought North London derby.

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