RICHARLISON criticised Aaron Ramsdale for celebrating the derby win in front of Tottenham supporters.
Ramsdale and Richarlison had an altercation after the final whistle with the latter upset by the goalkeeper’s reaction to the win.
Richarlison pushed Ramsdale’s head after the goalkeeper celebrated the 2-0 win in front of the Spurs supporters.
Ramsdale then went to pick up his water bottle and was KICKED by a Tottenham fan, who made a quick escape.
But the Brazilian was still aggrieved with Ramsdale when he collected his thoughts after the game.
Richarlison told ESPN Brasil: “What I really didn’t like was their goalkeeper going to celebrate in front of our fans.
“It’s kind of disrespectful to our fans, he has their fans, he has to go celebrate with their fans, not be cute with our fans.”
Richarlison also had a touchline spat with Arsenal defender Takehiro Tomiyasu as he warmed up before coming on.
Tomiyasu was spotted putting his arm across Richarlison, who then angrily pulled it away.
Richarlison, 25, even had a run in with Gabriel Martinelli and he revealed why his Brazil team-mate upset him.
The forward added: “It was a foul there that the referee ended up giving, we were close to the move, in my opinion it wasn’t, I told him he was diving a lot, so I didn’t shake his hand.
“I’m apologising to him. Like it or not, he’s my teammate. It’s part of the game, it’s a derby, we were hot headed.
“With Gabriel [Magalhaes], we argued a little because I wanted to get on with the game.
“He ended up getting yellow, and I said to him, ‘let’s play, let’s play’. I told him they were stopping play all the time, it’s part of the game.”