Police in Uganda 'arrested 20 Arsenal fans after they celebrated their last-gasp victory over Man United with a trophy parade on the streets of the city of Jinja'
- Arsenal beat Manchester United 3-2 in the Premier League on Sunday
- The victory saw the gunners move five points clear with a game in hand
- Fans in Jinja, Uganda celebrated on the streets with a trophy parade
Police in Uganda have detained at least 20 supporters for taking part in a trophy parade on the street following Sunday's massive victory over Manchester United.
The Gunners beat United 3-2 with a 90th minute winner from Eddie Nketiah to reinforce their title credentials.
The win leaves Mikel Arteta's side five points clear with a game in hand, exactly half way into the season.
Arsenal boosted their title hopes with a massive win over Manchester United on Sunday
A day later, police intercepted a group of jubilant Arsenal fans who were driving in a convoy of about five vehicles through Jinja.
While Police have not commented on the arrest, a member of the group has done so.
Baker Kasule told Daily Monitor that a police patrol vehicle pulled in front of them and asked each one of them to disembark and climb the patrol car which was destined for Jinja Police Station.
'I don't know what we have done but we were simply celebrating our victory over rivals Manchester United,' Mr Kasule said.
He then added that 'they are 20 supporters in total, all from Jinja City.'
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