A BBC presenter launched an X-rated blast on the referee on social media throughout this afternoon’s North London derby.
Arsenal and Tottenham shared the spoils at the Emirates as they battled out a 2-2 draw.
The Gunners took the lead by means of a Cristian Romero personal purpose however Son Heung-min obtained Spurs degree simply earlier than the break.
Nonetheless, Arsenal regained the lead courtesy of Bukayo Saka from the penalty spot after a VAR verify.
Romero was penalised for handball, regardless of official Rob Jones initially waving away protests, after the intervention of the video assistant referee.
That call left many Spurs supporters raging as they questioned the intent of the defender, who had lunged in to dam a shot.
And that anger over the penalty even reached boiling level for 40-year-old ex-Tottenham midfielder Jermaine Jenas, who now co-hosts the One Present, as he vented his fury on social media.
He tweeted: “Full s***home off a referee! They’re all ruining our recreation!”
Happily for Tottenham, and Jenas, the guests produced an instantaneous response as Son grabbed his second of the sport to earn his staff some extent.
Jenas has loved a profitable swap into the world of soccer punditry since hanging up his boots in 2016 on the age of 32.
And now the previous England worldwide midfielder is a star within the presenting world after becoming a member of Alex Jones and Ronan Keating as presenters on The One Show in 2020.
He started his footballing profession at Nottingham Forest, making his debut as a 17-year-old in January 2001.
His spectacular performances at Forest helped him safe a transfer to Newcastle United, the place he made greater than 100 Premier League appearances and picked up the PFA Younger Participant of the 12 months award in 2003.
He later performed for Aston Villa, Forest once more and Queens Park Rangers earlier than a collection of accidents ended his profession.
He performed 21 occasions for England and was a part of the squad for the 2006 World Cup in Germany, though he didn’t characteristic on the event.