ARSENAL defender Kieran Tierney appeared to “offer to meet Cucho Hernandez outside” as the pair clashed on Vicarage Road.
The two faced each other in the closing stages of the Gunners’ 3-2 win over Watford.
Moussa Sissoko’s late goal made it a nervous affair for Mikel Arteta’s side – Arsenal needed to hold out in added time.
As the Gunners wasted time, Tierney infuriated the loyal Hornets.
Watford striker Cucho tried to put the ball in the Scot’s hands as the north Londoners dallyed over a throw-in.
Tierney embarrassingly went down from minimal contact — much to the ire of Hernandez.
The left-back’s team-mates tried to calm the opposing striker.
But Tierney then appeared to signal the 22-year-old that they could meet outside to resolve the dispute.
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Play resumed and Arsenal held on to secure three points.
Hernandez had already put his stamp on the game with a stunning overhead kick.
The glorious goal canceled out Martin Odegaard’s opening goal in the fifth minute.
Further hits from Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli looked to have secured the points – before Sissoko’s attempt resulted in a late Watford rally.
The win put Arsenal a point clear of Manchester United in fourth place despite having three games in hand against the Red Devils.
Spurs are six points adrift of the Gunners in the race for the top 4, with the rivals yet to meet at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
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https://www.the-sun.com/sport/football/premier-league/4836526/arsenal-kieran-tierney-cucho-hernandez-watford/ Arsenal hardnut Kieran Tierney ‘offered to meet Cucho Hernandez outside’ after a fiery confrontation with the Watford star