Jubilant Oleksandr Zinchenko celebrates Arsenal’s win over Crystal Palace by driving past supporters and cheering out of his car window after Gunners extended their lead at the top to EIGHT points
- Arsenal star Oleksandr Zinchenko celebrates with fans after Gunners victory
- The Ukrainian screams and beeps horn as drives through celebrating supporters
- The 4-1 win over Crystal Palace saw Arsenal go eight points clear at the top
Arsenal defender Oleksandr Zinchenko couldn’t resist celebrating with fans following the Gunners 4-1 win over Crystal Palace on Sunday.
The Gunners bounced back from their midweek European exit at the hands of Sporting Lisbon by sweeping aside their London rivals, and extend their lead at the top of the table to eight points.
Goals from Bukayo Saka and further strikes from Gabriel Martinelli and Granit Xhaka saw Mikel Arteta’s side comfortably put their Europa League disappointment behind them, and continue their quest for their first Premier League title since 2004.
It’s a win that was celebrated by the Gunners’ Ukrainian star Zinchenko as he made his way back home following the victory.
In a clip posted to social media, the Arsenal defender can be seen driving through London after the game and he takes full advantage of the moment to celebrate with the supporters on the streets.
Olekdandr Zinchenko shouts ‘Come On’ to Arsenal supporters after the Crystal Palace win
The Ukrainian can be seen beeping his horn as drives back home following the 4-1 victory
Zinchenko celebrates with goal-scorers Granit Xhaka (left) and Gabriel Martinelli on Sunday
Winding down his window, Zinchenko loudly screamed ‘Come on’ to the hoards of fans celebrating the club’s three points, whilst beeping his horn driving through the streets of the capital.
In response fans clapped and joined in Zinchenko’s celebratory mood as they hung outside of bars and made their way through the capital.
The 26-year-old moved to The Emirates from Manchester City in a £30 million deal, and has been a bit hit at the north London club.
He’s racked up 27 appearances so far this season and scored a vital goal in Arsenal’s comeback win against Aston Villa last month.
Zinchenko has also worn the skipper’s armband for Arsenal’s clash with Leicester City in February, as a mark of respect on the first anniversary of the conflict in Ukraine.
The summer signing has become a big favourite at Arsenal since his £30million switch
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