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Fans all say the same thing as Granit Xhaka swears just seconds into live interview after Arsenal’s win over Chelsea

GRANIT XHAKA let his passion get the better of him as he swore seconds into a post-match interview with BT Sport.

The Arsenal midfielder spoke to Des Kelly after beating Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge.

Granit Xhaka let his passion get the better of him in his post-match interview

Xhaka was asked for his thoughts on the game and he replied: “Look at that atmosphere it’s f***ing unbelievable”.

BT Sport quickly apologised for the expletive but it showed just how much the win meant to Xhaka.

Supporters watching at home found his comment hilarious with many praising the passion on show.

One fan responded saying: “Xhaka with an outstanding f-bomb. The perils of live TV.”

Another added: “I love Xhaka pure class 😎.”

And a third said: “Xhaka swearing has killed me 🤣.”

Several other Gooners also complimented Xhaka’s performance which was key to sealing three points, although William Saliba was named as BT Sport’s man of the match.

Xhaka even wore the captain’s armband at Stamford Bridge, showing he has completed huge turnaround after being stripped of the captaincy for swearing at Arsenal fans.


The Swiss international also waved his hands towards the away end in added time as a cue for the Arsenal fans to make more noise.

And in typical Xhaka fashion he was never far from controversy during the match, and his clash with Trevoh Chalobah in the dying minutes caused tensions to spill over.

Xhaka attempted to time waste by holding onto the ball and that led to a huge melee and a bust-up with Chelsea star Matteo Kovacic.

Reflecting on the win, Xhaka told BT Sport: “I mean, from the start until the end I think we deserved to win today.

“We were the much much much better team today. We are so happy that everything is going well at the moment.

“We are keeping everything that the coaches are telling us and these are the results.”

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