AN ARSENAL fan was ejected from the Emirates during Sunday's clash with Manchester City.
According to reports, the fan was seen hurling abuse at Samir Nasri and throwing punches at fellow supporters.
Transfer expert Alex Crook spotted the chaos that unfolded as former Arsenal midfielder Nasri was lambasted.
It is understood that the unidentified person began throwing punches at fellow Arsenal fans, before they were dragged out by stewards.
talkSPORT's chief football correspondent wrote: "An #AFC fan has just been thrown out of the Emirates for squaring up to Samri Nasri near the press box.
"And then started throwing punches at fellow Arsenal fans. Absolute moron."
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It is unclear what started the alleged altercation.
This comes as Nasri abandoned the Gunners for Manchester City in 2011.
Once the Frenchman left he said he was delighted to be joining a club with "more passionate" fans.
Football supporters are split over the incident.
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One loyal Arsenal fan wrote: "He owned that snake."
A second added: "That's not a bad idea Nasri deserved that."
A third declared: "Absolute legend what an Arsenal fan".
While another said: "Violence is never the answer."
Arsenal ended up winning the game thanks to Gabriel Martinelli's late goal, their first win over City in the Premier League for eight years.
During his days wearing the red and white of Arsenal, Nasri was a popular player at the club.
In his 125 appearances, he contributed 27 goals and 15 assists while playing under Arsene Wenger.
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