Watford manager Claudio Ranieri accused Arsenal's players of showing a lack of respect as the Gunners claimed a narrow victory ...
Watford manager Claudio Ranieri accused Arsenal's players of showing a lack of respect as the Gunners claimed a narrow victory in manager Mikel Arteta's 100th match in charge BBC Sport report.
The former Leicester boss perhaps felt gunners did not deserve the victory as he poured out his heart in a post match conference.
"When we put the ball out voluntarily, everyone expects [the opponent] to give the ball back to you but there was not that respect from the Arsenal players," Ranieri told BBC Sport.
Arteta responded: "I would say that we are the most honest team and in some stages we can even become naive."
The Spaniard added: "If he felt like that towards our club, I have to apologise if that's the case but I am sure there is no intention to take any advantage."
Meanwhile, it was also celebration time for Arteta as his players gifted him the three points which has taken them to fifth position on the table, three points ahead of United who are now sixth on the table.