Mikel Arteta’s blunt post-match interview after Tottenham’s defeat over Snapchat filter makeover


Soccer fans were quick to provide a heated interview with Mikel Arteta after a much-needed match where the Spurs revamped Snapchat.

The Arsenal manager focused his inner Jose Mourinho after seeing his team underperformed Tottenham in the North London derby as Antonio Conte’s team won 3-0.

Arteta provided us with her interpretation of Mourinho’s ‘I prefer not to say’ interview after a match full of controversial moments.

Cedric Soares was judged to have put Tottenham’s Son Heung-min inside the penalty area in the 22nd minute.

Heung-Min Son later made Arsenal more problematic when Rob Holding received a second yellow card from an Arsenal defender for a frivolous challenge towards a Korean player.

The match ended 3-0 and Arteta was not happy and quickly shifted the blame to the players and officials.

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“Interpretation of what happened in the game is acceptable, but I don’t know how to lie and I don’t like to lie, so I don’t recommend telling you what I think,” he told Sky Sports.

“I can’t tell you what I think. I will be suspended,” Arteta added. “Have the referee come in front of the camera and explain his decision. Those are his decisions. It’s a pity that a beautiful match like this was ruined today,” he said.

Fans quickly became interested in Arteta’s case as post-match interviews began to appear on social media. But one fan took it to a whole new level.

As seen in the video below, Snapchat’s crying face filter was added to an interview with Arteta aired on TV as Spanish players ripped the referee apart during a match.

The Crying Face Filter is Snapchat’s newest filter that has gained immense popularity.

Spurs had to win to keep their hopes of being in the top four, and they won in decisive style, recording their biggest win over a rival since 1983.

With both teams remaining two matches, fierce competition is expected for the final spot in the Champions League next season.

Tottenham still have to face Burnley and Norwich, while Arsenal have a slightly tougher assignment with Newcastle and Everton on the agenda.

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