Oedegor, the reason why he hit Domiyas’ chin for ‘defeat’? “Look up”

Why did Martin Oedegor hit Takehiro Domiyas on the chin?

Arsenal lost 1-3 in the English Premier League (EPL) Round 12 home game held at Emirates Stadium in London, England on the 16th. Arsenal, who had been at the top of the league for a long time, gave up the lead to Manchester City.

Tomiyas, who started as a right 스포츠토토fullback, made a fatal mistake to provide an excuse for the opening goal. When the ball came to him in the 24th minute of the first half, he made a back pass to goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, conscious of Jack Grealish who was under pressure from behind. However, Kevin De Bruyne, who was watching this, quickly intercepted the shot and scored. Arsenal had been leading the flow of the game before, so the mistake was even more painful.

Tomiyasu clearly looked flustered. He looked up at the sky for a moment and had a colleague approach him. It was Odegor. He slapped Tomiyasu on the chin and said, “Look up.” It was a gesture of encouragement. Arsenal’s home fans, who had been silent at the absurd conceding, cheered and shouted slogans for Tomiyasu.

However, Tomiyasu’s mistakes continued. In the extra time of the first half, Man City’s free kick was mistakenly kicked off with a header and headed to Rodri. Rodri’s header hit the post and was out, and the crisis was over, but it was a moment when the mistake almost led to a goal.

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