Since Mikel Arteta's first game as The Gunners head coach, Arsenal has had 9 Premier League red cards.
No other Premier League team come close as none has had more than 3.
After the Full time whistle between Wolverhampton wanderers and Arsenal. Referee Craig Pawson and Wolverhampton star Joao Moutinho were seen exchanging pleasantries as the Wolves player was seen smiling.
This gesture between Referee Craig Pawson and Joao Moutinho have caused reactions by Fans. A some believed the Referee was been bribed, while Some believe he was only acknowledging the Referee.
A Fan wrote: "They should check Craig Pawson account, he was bribed for that game. The ref Pawson was the man of the match".
Another Fan wrote: "it's all of a sudden to acknowledge the ref after a game?
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