Erik ten Hag and several players spotted high-fiving a line of mascots after the Gunners were criticized for ‘ignoring’ its young supporter.

Erik ten Hag and several players spotted high-fiving a line of mascots after the Gunners were criticized for ‘ignoring’ its young supporter.

On Sunday afternoon, the official Twitter account for Manchester United posted a video that made a sly jab at Arsenal and their social media crew. The film was uploaded to their account.

The video was shared with United’s 35 million followers on the app, and it featured Erik ten Hag and his squad greeting the club’s mascots before United’s FA Cup semi-final match against Brighton at Wembley Stadium.

The video had the following description accompanying it: “Making memories with our mascots,” which was a reference to a tweet that Arsenal had already posted the previous week.

The video the club shared to its social media accounts, also titled’making memories with our mascot,’ which sparked a commotion online was criticized by Arsenal players on the previous Sunday.

An eight-year-old girl and her father greeted the Arsenal team as they entered the locker room prior to their game against West Ham, which ultimately ended in a 2-2 draw, and they waited patiently for the daughter to get her souvenir shirt autographed by one of the players.

Erik ten Hag and several players spotted high-fiving a line of mascots after the Gunners were criticized for ‘ignoring’ its young supporter.