Brighton’s Neal Maupay instructed compatriot Matteo Guendouzi that he must study what humility is after scoring a late winner.
The Seagulls ahead was already within the unhealthy books of many Arsenal gamers having clashed with Bernd Leno within the first-half.
The German was taken off on a stretcher however the visiting gamers weren’t about to let the incident go.
Maupay went on to attain Brighton’s winner within the 94th minute which purchased about an offended response from the Arsenal gamers.
Guendouzi particularly took difficulty with the striker and the 2 got here to blows in a submit match scuffle.
But Maupay had the final chortle as he instructed the BBC: “Some of their players need to learn what humility is, especially one of them.
“I imply he was speaking the entire sport, however was saying actually unhealthy issues.
“I don’t want to say what he said because I could be in trouble. It was in French because he is French.
“So once I scored I simply wanted to say, hear, that is what occurs whenever you speak an excessive amount of on the pitch.”
Maupay’s conflict with Leno was a key second within the contest with the Arsenal shotstopper venting his frustrations as he was taken off.
And the Frenchman admits he apologised to Mikel Arteta at half-time as he stated: “I never meant to injure him (Leno) so I’m really sorry for him and wish him a speedy recovery.
“At half time I went to the supervisor Mikel Arteta to apologise. I by no means meant to injure the keeper. I jumped for the ball. I apologise to the staff and to him as effectively. I’ve been by means of a nasty damage, it’s onerous.”