David Seaman reacts to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s reception from Arsenal fans

David Seaman was not particularly impressed to see Arsenal fans boo Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain upon his return to The Emirates with Liverpool FC

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By The Sport Review staff
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Arsenal legend David Seaman Photo: Tag Heuer

David Seaman took to social media to criticise Arsenal fans for booing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as he made his first appearance against his former club as a substitute during Liverpool FC’s 3-3 draw at The Emirates on Friday night.

The England international came on for the final six minutes during the thrilling Premier League clash at The Emirates as he helped the Reds earn a draw from their trip to north London.

Oxlade-Chamberlain has been settling into life at Anfield after signing for the Merseyside outfit from Arsenal on transfer deadline day back in August.

However, he was booed and jeered by some Arsenal fans as he came on as a late substitute during the Premier League clash.

And former Arsenal goalkeeper Seaman was clearly not too impressed by the way the Gunners fans greeted their former player on Friday night.

Seaman posted on Twitter during the game: “Can you educate me why we are booooooooing the Ox??!!!!!”

Arsenal fell behind in the 26th minute when Philippe Coutinho headed home and Mohamed Salah made it 2-0 after half-time – but the Gunners levelled in the 53rd minute thanks to Alexis Sanchez.

Goals from Granit Xhaka and Mesut Ozil then put Arsenal 3-2 up moments later, only for Roberto Firmino to score an equaliser to earn the visitors a point and keep them in fourth place in the table.

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