Wojciech Szczesny reveals Arsene Wenger was NOT happy with the famous selfie after Arsenal defeated Spurs
‘You never see Iker Casillas do that?’: Wojciech Szczesny reveals Arsene Wenger was NOT happy when he famously took selfie after Arsenal defeated Spurs at White Hart Lane
- A brilliant strike by Tomas Rosicky sealed an 1-0 victory for Arsenal against Spurs
- That win in March 2014 remains the Gunners’ most recent away game in Tottenham
- Wojciech Szczesny posted a selfie with Kieran Gibbs and Lukas Podolski online
- But the Pole said Arsene Wenger was unimpressed with his post-match actions
Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has revealed that Arsene Wenger was not happy with him after a famous selfie taken after a win against Tottenham.
A brilliant strike by Tomas Rosicky in the second minute of the game resulted in a 1-0 win for the Gunners at White Hart Lane in March 2014, the last time the club beat their rivals in North London on their own patch.
And after a barrage of Tottenham crowds in the match, current Juventus goalkeeper Szczesny was joined by equally happy Kieran Gibbs and Lukas Podolski for a selfie for the fans before posting it on social media.
Wojciech Szczesny has revealed that Arsene Wenger was unhappy after his famous Spurs selfie
A brilliant strike by Tomas Rosicky sealed a victory for Arsenal at White Hart Lane in 2014
But talk to it Arsenal’s In Lockdown podcastSzczesny said the Frenchman was unimpressed with his post-match actions.
“I had one he wasn’t happy with, it was the famous selfie on White Hart Lane,” said Polish international Szczesny.
“He wasn’t exactly happy about that, and if I look back on it, I would never do it again. But I think I was 21 or 22 years old at the time and you really enjoy that sort of thing and it was great for me then.
But Frenchman Wenger was unimpressed with the Pool’s celebrations at White Hart Lane
“Looking back on it now, it was probably childish, and I know he wasn’t happy about it at the time. No punishment whatsoever, but he let me know.
“I may not be completely accurate in how I report this to you, but it was sort of,” You never see Iker Casillas do that, do you? and I was like, “Yeah, you’re probably there.” ‘
Szczesny also insisted that there was no bad blood between him and Wenger, despite being caught in the showers and smoking after his nightmare appearance in the 2-0 defeat to Southampton on New Year’s Day in 2015.
Wenger told him that he would never see the legendary goalkeeper Iker Casillas behave like this