- Newcastle beat Arsenal thanks to Anthony Gordon's contentious winning goal
- Lascelles was upset after Arsenal captain Jorginho snubbed a handshake
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Lascelles claimed after the stormy encounter that the Italian midfielder snubbed his handshake having been upset by the manner of Arsenal's defeat.
Jorginho was Arsenal's stand-in captain on Tyneside and was criticised for being a sore loser by the Newcastle defender.
Asked if he was pleased with the three points, Lascelles said: 'Yeah, and especially how they go on as well. I'm just so glad we beat them.
Newcastle United captain Jamal Lascelles (right) was left incensed after his Arsenal counterpart Jorginho refused to shake his hand following their stormy clash on Saturday
The pair argued at the final whistle after Newcastle won 1-0 thanks to a contentious goal
Lascelles offered his hand to Jorginho but the Italian midfielder refused to shake it
'Their captain, Jorginho, didn't want to shake my hand after the game.
'I was fuming, it's not on. I would never refuse to shake an opposition captain's hand, no way.
'You can have as many arguments as you want on the pitch but shake hands at the end. It's part of the sport.
'For me, whatever happens on the pitch - handbags or whatever - you show sportsmanship and shake hands afterwards.
'He didn't do that, so I'm glad we beat them. Players like that, I don't think it's acceptable.
'A lot of them walked in but I went up to him to shake his hands but he didn't want to - and he's their captain!
'There was a lot of that in the game but that's football and we managed it well and kept our cool.'
Gordon's 64th-minute winner was thoroughly checked by VAR to confirm Joe Willock kept the ball in play before crossing in the build-up, Joelinton didn't foul Gabriel and whether the goalscorer was onside.
Anthony Gordon scored a hugely controversial winner for Newcastle - with VAR's assistance
Officials had to assess three separate incidents before the decision to award Gordon's goal
Newcastle received three green lights and went on to claim all three points, but Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was incensed by the decision.
'How the hell did this goal stand up? It's incredible. I feel embarrassed. It's an absolute disgrace that this was allowed. For many reasons it's not a goal,' the Arsenal boss said.
Referee Stuart Attwell also failed to issue red cards to Kai Havertz for a rash challenge and Bruno Guimaraes for an elbow on Jorginho in the first half.
Arteta said: 'It's so difficult to compete at this level. This is nowhere near the [refereeing] level to describe this as the best league in the world. I feel sick to be part of this.'
Arsenal later released a club statement backing up Arteta's comments.
It read said: ''Arsenal Football Club wholeheartedly supports Mikel Arteta's post-match comments after yet more unacceptable refereeing and VAR errors on Saturday evening.
'We'd also like to acknowledge the huge effort and performance from our players and travelling supporters at St James' Park.
'The Premier League is the best league in the world with the best players, coaches and supporters, all of whom deserve better. PGMOL urgently needs to address the standard of officiating and focus on action which moves us all on from retrospective analysis, attempted explanations and apologies.
'We support the ongoing efforts of Chief Refereeing Officer, Howard Webb and would welcome working together to achieve the world-class officiating standards our league demands.'
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