Fulham defender Joachim Anderson was left visibly furious after his side conceded a last-gasp goal just seconds away from what would have been a vital three points against Arsenal.
Scott Parker’s side took an unlikely lead away at the Emirates after Josh Maja converted his penalty kick just shy of the hour mark, but Arsenal responded by peppering the visitor’s goal to no avail.
Nicolas Pepe, Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka all saw efforts saved or fly wide of Alphonse Areola’s goal, before the wave of red and white attacks finally found a breakthrough courtesy of Eddie Nketiah’s 96th-minute equaliser.
Conceding so late on will undoubtedly damage the psyche of the Fulham squad, and one member of playing staff showed his frustration in the tunnel after the full-time whistle.
Distraught at Arsenal’s goal in the final seconds, Anderson took his anger out on the hand sanitizer station based in the tunnel of the Emirates as the players emerge from or return to the dressing room.
The Danish international kicked the station over onto the floor, so annoyed with his side’s failure to see out the game and secure a huge win away at a side they have not beaten on their travels in 28 attempts.
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The hand sanitiser was quickly restored to its previous state by a member of Arsenal staff, who most likely did not appreciate Andersen’s act of petulance.
The 1-1 result suited neither side, with Arsenal spurning the chance to make ground on Everton and local rivals Tottenham who sit above them, while Fulham now remain six points adrift from safety, having played a game more than the nearest team above them in Newcastle.