As shocking as the Park ji sung hand shake snub, Sagna refused to acknowledge his former team mate Adebayor in the tunnel prior to the game.
The French defender blanked and turned his back on ex- striker Adebayor before embracing his France international colleague William Gallas – another player who has used to ply his trade for Arsene Wenger’s side.
Sagna’s refusal to acknowledge Adebayor may have contributed to the Adebayor’s temperamental performance in the game after was sent off following a spiteful-looking challenge on Santi Cazorla, just 7 minutes after scoring Tottenham’s opening goal.
His Post match interview:
“It’s very important,” Sagna told Arsenal’s official website. “We want to stick to the top. From now on, we just need to keep focused, look forward and win game by game.
“It was amazing to play. It’s always a great pleasure to play [in] a derby, especially when you win.
“It’s just great. We managed to score many goals.”