Angry Joachim Andersen confronts Palace supporters after Arsenal mauling with fans convinced he told them to ‘f*** off’

JOACHIM ANDERSON fronted up to fuming Crystal Palace fans after their 5-0 loss at Arsenal.

And fans online are convinced the defender had an X-rated pop at the travelling supporters.

Joachim Andersen was visibly frustrated at full time


Joachim Andersen was visibly frustrated at full timeCredit: AFP
The experienced defender didn't hide his anger


The experienced defender didn’t hide his angerCredit: Reuters
Andersen couldn't prevent his side from shipping five to Arsenal


Andersen couldn’t prevent his side from shipping five to ArsenalCredit: Rex

Roy Hodgson‘s side have been in wretched form, winning just one of their last 11 games in all competitions.

They offered little resistance at the Emirates, losing 5-0 courtesy of goals by Gabriel Magalhaes, Leandro Trossard, a Gabriel Martinelli double and a Dean Henderson own goal.

During the closing stages of the match, away fans unfurled a damning banner.

It read: “Wasted potential. On and off the pitch, weak decisions. Taking us backwards.”

They then introduced a second, which read: “No shared vision. No structured plan. Parish out, Yanks out.”

At the end of the match, beleaguered Crystal Palace players went over to acknowledge their supporters.

As experienced defender Andersen went over, fans watching on TNT Sports were left convinced that he told the away end to “f*** off”.

One wrote on social media: “Joachim Andersen telling Palace fans to f*** off, the beautiful game.”


While a second posted: “Andersen mouthing “what do you want? f*** off, man” while clapping the fans sums it all up. this club is cooked.”

A third pondered: “Can’t imagine Andersen mouthing ‘What do you want?, f*** off’ to the Palace fans will go down too well with them at the end.”

Another added: “Palace in complete disarray. Andersen telling fans to f*** off at the end too.”

It is not clear exactly what Anderson said.

As fans unfurled their banners, Palace owner Steve Parish, watching on from the directors’ box, remained stony faced.

Palace’s wretched form has seen them crash out of the FA Cup while falling to 14th in the Prem table.

Fans booed boss Hodgson in mid-week when he substituted Eberechi Eze as his side trailed Everton at Goodison Park.

With the 76-year-old under pressure, Palace have been linked with Steve Cooper and Graham Potter.

The latter was spotted watching today’s match from the stands.

Ahead of the game, Palace fans had their drum confiscated.

They subsequently let off banned blue and red flares.

Palace fans unfurled a banner towards the end of the game


Palace fans unfurled a banner towards the end of the gameCredit: PA
Another sign called for the board to go


Another sign called for the board to goCredit: PA
Fans let off flares ahead of kick off


Fans let off flares ahead of kick offCredit: Reuters
Cops confiscated Palace fans' drum


Cops confiscated Palace fans’ drumCredit: Getty

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