‘Where did you find that time?’: Unhappy Richard Keys blasts referee for not stopping play after 96 minutes in the Arsenal-Bournemouth match

By Sportarsh Team
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Richard Keys, Bein Sports pundit, has questioned referee Kavanagh’s decision to allow play to continue after the 96-minute added time had expired.

Watch: Fans cheer Fabio Vieira as he neatly traps the ball mid-air and recycles play

This follows Arsenal’s late dramatic win over Bournemouth at the Emirates yesterday.

Reiss Nelson scored the game-winning goal for the Gunners in the 96th minute (+59 seconds).

Watch: Ian Wright ‘looses his mind’ as he celebrates wildly following Reiss Nelson’s wonder strike

Arsenal’s fourth straight league victory keeps their five-point lead over Manchester City intact.

Keys said after the game:

‘I’ve no problem with this because that’s a dramatic way to win a football match. I would ask about the time of the goal as 97 minutes had been played.’

‘I think Bournemouth will have reason to think, “where did you find that time?” The referee will have a reason.’

‘It was a dramatic afternoon and this is developing, for me, into an Arsenal season and they keep passing every test that they have been set.’

Watch: Odegaard fell backwards and was almost in tears after Reiss Nelson shot went in.

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