& # 39; He is a ****** p ****! & # 39 ;: Watford captain Troy Deeney gives Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira the lead after sending – after saying to referee Craig Pawson the decision & # 39; f ****** shameful & # 39;
- Troy Deeney asked & # 39; for what? & # 39; after being fired for elbowing Lucas Torreira
- The Watford captain called Craig Pawson & # 39; s decision & # 39; f ****** painful & # 39;
- Deeney called Lucas Torreira an & # 39; f ****** p *** y & # 39; when he left the field on Monday
- He spoke with Arsenal manager Emery before speaking to players and staff
Watford captain Troy Deeney fired a cursing rant at referee Craig Pawson, Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira and Gunners manager Unai Emery after being eliminated in the Premier League clash.
Deeney was fired in the eleventh minute on Monday evening after catching Torreira with his elbow, seconds after Watford fell behind in their 1-0 defeat.
The striker was shocked to be sent away, given the red card after Pawson was informed by his assistant referee, and he made his displeasure very vocal.
Watford captain Troy Deeney took an oath of swearing after he was sent against Arsenal
Deeney asks & # 39; for what? & # 39; and how? & # 39; after being fired for elbowing Lucas Torreira
The Watford captain calls Craig Pawson & # 39; s decision & # 39; f ****** painful & # 39; before he runs away
While the game was being broadcast live on Sky, Deeney was captured by television and Pawson asked & # 39; for what? & # 39; after getting the red card.
After being told that it was the assistant who made the call, Deeney appears with the question & # 39; how? & # 39 ;, before being told to leave the field again by Pawson.
Deeney tells Pawson that the decision & # 39; f ****** painful & # 39; before he runs away. The former Walsall man takes off his shirt of disgust and throws his captain's bracelet at a teammate before heading to the dug-out.
Deeney then has further words with Torreira, after the Uruguayan collapsed after a collision
The striker clearly calls Torreira an & # 39; f ****** p *** y & # 39; while he turns and leaves the field
Deeney spoke to Arsenal manager Emery before he spoke to the players and staff
When he leaves the field, he becomes involved in a heated discussion with Torreira. Although Deeney is back to the camera during his exchange with the Uruguayan, when he turns to leave the striker, Torreira clearly calls an & # 39; f ****** p *** y & # 39 ;
It is an epithet that Deeney repeats to Arsenal manager Emery as he leaves the field before he has words with the players and staff in the carved dugout.
Deeney points to his forearm, indicating that he cut Torreira instead of catching him with a deliberate and powerful elbow.
Deeney, however, had no choice but to leave the playing field and was later seen in his Watford training suit in the first half, watching the match from the tunnel.
Deeney claimed infamously that Arsenal & # 39; missed cojones & # 39; last season after Watford defeated Arsenal
His red card hindered Watford when they reached a 1-0 home defeat against Arsenal on Monday
Arsenal won the match thanks to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang & # 39; s goal seconds before Deeney & # 39; s red card scored after he scooped Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster when he shot over an approval.
Hornets striker Deeney alleged infamous alleged Arsenal & # 39; missed cojones & # 39; last season after Watford defeated Arsenal 2-1, adding to the amusement of road fans when the 30-year-old was given his marching orders.
After his win in 2017, Deeney said that Watford's physicality meant they conquered Arsene Wenger's side to win 2-1 in a Premier League match.
& # 39; There is a reason why they lost and it was not because of a fine, & # 39; Deeney said. & # 39; I'll have to look at what I'm saying. It is (having) some cojones, some nuts. Every time I play Arsenal, I will go upstairs and think, "Let me hit the first one and see who wants it" & # 39 ;.
Gary Neville suggested that Pawson was aware of the bad feeling between Deeney and Arsenal
Deeney was seen watching the game from the tunnel after being eliminated in the big league clash
Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville informed referee Pawson before the start of the match of the bad feeling between Deeney and Arsenal.
He said: & # 39; The linesman has a good idea of it. I think he hasn't done much wrong 15 years ago. Now he can't go anywhere.
& # 39; These referees, they are aware of previous judgments and players being called upon at a match. Deeney just crosses the border. & # 39;
Hornet's boss Javi Gracia thought Deeney should have booked: & I respect the referee's decision, but I disagree. In my opinion it is a yellow card, but never a red one.
& # 39; I cannot explain what the referee saw to make that decision. It was an important one. I prefer to talk about my players who deserve recognition today. We do not receive points, but we have performed well and we continue to play with the same ambition and desire. & # 39;