Alan Shearer is in settlement with Arsenal supporters concerning one main resolution through the 2-0 win over Leicester City. Despite recording a formidable end result on the King Power Stadium – one which stretches their unbeaten run to 9 video games throughout all competitions – some Gunners followers weren’t pleased with referee Michael Oliver. This was in relation to an incident within the second half when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang tried to spin away from Leicester City defender Jonny Evans. The Arsenal captain accomplished the primary a part of the duty however was finally hauled down by the previous Manchester United centre-back, who was proven a yellow card for the problem.
However, there was a transparent feeling amongst Arsenal followers that Evans ought to have been given his marching orders as Aubameyang was denied a transparent goalscoring alternative. Matters have been compounded round an hour later when Aymeric Laporte was issued a pink card for a foul on Wilfried Zaha, which was comparable to Evans’ foul on Aubameyang, throughout Manchester City’s 2-0 loss at dwelling to Crystal Palace. As a end result, this prompted a number of Arsenal followers to examine the 2 incidents on social media and plenty of have been nonetheless adamant that Evans ought to have suffered the identical destiny at Laporte. And Shearer agreed as he could not fairly believe that referee Oliver didn’t produce the pink card. “Jonny Evans, it’s the inconsistency that drives gamers and coaches mad,” Shearer mentioned on Match of the Day. “That is doubtless a transparent goalscoring alternative, but Michael Oliver thinks that’s solely a yellow card. “That was the incorrect resolution for me. “No full-back is getting again and he [Aubameyang] would have been clear by means of, however he provides a yellow card. Wrong resolution, it ought to have been a pink. The referee will get that one incorrect. “[Aymeric] Laporte, it’s a goalscoring alternative and that’s denying a goalscoring alternative. That is a pink card. “But it’s the inconsistency.”