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Jamie Carragher claims Arsenal fans would ‘do two feet on the TV’, after Son Heung-min missed a one-on-one that sent Pep Guardiola collapsing on the pitch.

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Jamie Carragher claimed Arsenal fans would ‘be two feet in front of the TV’ after Son Heung-min clashed one-on-one with Stefan Ortega in the 85th minute of the match but wasted his chance to equalize for Tottenham.

Before the match, Arsenal fans had jokingly called for Tottenham to secure a victory against Manchester City, in order to help the Gunners move closer to their first Premier League title in 20 years.

Yet Spurs succumbed to a 2-0 victory, with Erling Haaland scoring twice in the second half to give Man City a two-point lead at Mikel Arteta’s side, heading into the final game of the season this Sunday.

Ange Postecoglou’s side could have done their north London rivals a favor had they won, and Carragher claimed during Sky Sport’s coverage of the match that Son Arsenal fans would “do two feet on TV” after seeing Son fail to put away his chance in the dying embers of the match.

Carragher also added on X (formerly Twitter): “This chance for Son will become for Arsenal fans what (Vincent) Kompany’s goal is for Liverpool fans.”

It was, however, a simply sensational save from Ortega, who had replaced Ederson in the second half following his sickening head clash with Cristian Romero.

And the substitute goalkeeper’s block was so good it had Pep Guardiola falling to the ground in shock.

After the match, the Spanish coach and Son shared a pleasant moment on the pitch and were pictured shaking hands while smiling after a heartbreaking second half of football.

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