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Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny admits he was lucky not to get sent off against Chelsea
The young shot-stopper confessed he thought he was heading for the tunnel after bringing down Ashley Cole, as fellow team-mates take to Twitter to express their derby day delight
Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has conceded he was lucky not to be sent off in Arsenal’s dramatic 5-3 victory over north London rivals Chelsea.
The 21-year-old rushed out of his goal and lunged at the feet of Ashley Cole, bringing the England man to the ground. Szczesny’s blushes were spared by retreating defenders, as referee Andre Mariner showed leniency and deemed him not to be the last man, brandishing just a yellow card.
However Szczesny has since confessed he thought he was lucky not to receive his marching orders.
He wrote on his Twitter account: “I don't know why I stayed on the pitch but WHAT A GAME!! Great spirit, great atmosphere and a great win!”
He also mocked in-form team-mate Robin Van Persie, whose hat-trick took his tally to 28 goals in his last 27 Premier League games, with Szczesny writing: “RVP needs to start scoring though!!”
Derby day debutant Andre Santos marked the occasion with his first goal for the club, followed by an interesting celebration.
The Brazilian has since revealed his obscure dance was directed at fellow countryman Ramires.
“I'd read that Ramires promised to score today and dance. So I decided to celebrate by dancing to the music of Michel Teló [a Brazilian singer]” he wrote on Twitter.
Midfield maestro Aaron Ramsey played a pivotal role in Arsenal’s win, playing an exquisite ball through to Gervinho, who laid it on a plate for Van Persie to grab his first of the afternoon.
The Welsh captain has also had had his say on the win, whilst also urging his Twitter followers to encourage Emmanuel Frimpong to uphold his promise of dying his hair pink if Arsenal won.
“What an unbelievable game. Changing room is buzzing! Great character from the boys. Get onto Emmanuel Frimpong to die his hair pink like he said!”
Injured midfielder Jack Wilshere also showed his support for the team, claiming ‘Arsenal are back’.
“Great day to be a gunner, was at the game fans were amazing and so was the team! Pipe down haters we just showed we're back,” he wrote on Twitter.