Kieran Tierney had to be separated from Ezgjan Alioski after Arsenal’s goalless draw at Leeds.
Gunners winger Nicolas Pepe was sent off for headbutting Alioski in the 51st minute.
Tierney confronted Alioski at full-timeSky Sports
An angry Tierney was led away by teammates and coach Steve RoundSky Sports
And at full-time, Tierney took issue with the Leeds defender’s reaction after Pepe’s moment of madness.
The Arsenal left-back was guided away by teammates Dani Ceballos and Rob Holding, along with first-team coach Steve Round.
Former Manchester United star Patrice Evra understood Tierney’s anger as he insisted Alioski ‘deserved an Oscar’.
He told Sky Sports: “I’m disappointed. It came from frustration. You could see early on he was dealing with Alioski.
“But you can see Pepe is not happy because when you do that it’s frustration and he’s a little bit silly.
Pepe leaned his head into AlioskiSky Sports
Referee Anthony Taylor brandished a red to Pepe in the second halfGetty – Pool
“He should say ‘sorry’ to all of his teammates because Arsenal had a plan and everything changed after that.
“Alioski deserves an Oscar because he played [it] so well. If I was the Leeds coach I’d be so happy with Alioski. But come on, it looked like he broke his nose.
“It was really silly from Pepe. You’re not playing a lot and after [Mikel] Arteta gave him a chance, don’t come and cry when you’re not playing the next game.”
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Arsenal were fortunate to leave Elland Road with a point as Leeds hit the woodwork three times through Patrick Bamford, Rodrigo and Raphinha.
The Gunners have won just one of their last five Premier League games and will drop to 12th in the table if Wolves avoid defeat against Southampton on Monday.