Oleksandr Zinchenko's Arsenal celebration explained as fans say he mocked Marcus Rashford
Emotions were running high at the Emirates on Sunday after two second-half stoppage-time Arsenal goals saw the Gunners run out 3-1 winners against Manchester United.
First-half strikes from Marcus Rashford and Martin Odegaard ensured the scores were level at the interval before Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus netted in the last knockings to send the Red Devils back to Manchester with nothing to show for their efforts. Both last-gasp Gunners goals sparked wild celebrations both on the pitch and on the terraces.
The Arsenal dug-out was cleared, with all of the substitutes running on to the pitch to celebrate with both of the goalscorers. Following Jesus' expertly taken strike to end the tie as a contest, Oleksandr Zinchenko was one of many Gunners stars to mob the Brazilian, but amid all the chaos, some supporters thought that they had spotted a subtle dig from the Ukraine international.
As Zinchenko finally reaches his former Manchester City team-mate Jesus, he appears to put his fingers to his temple and a number of Arsenal fans thought that their left-back was mocking Rashford's trademark celebration. For a brief while, it sparked quite a stir on social media, but replays from differing angles show not all was as it seemed.