Arsenal star Mattéo Guendouzi mugs off John Terry on the touchline during Aston Villa game

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The dramatic match between Arsenal and Aston Villa on Sunday at the Emirates Stadium not only saw the hosts having a dramatic comeback and their defender Sokratis’s hysterical play acting, but also the Gunners midfielder Mattéo Guendouzi was seen allegedly throwing gestures at John Terry, as reported by a fan.

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Terry, former gaffer and current assistant head coach for The Lions, was in the dugout when Guendouzi was seen staring at him time and again in the dying minutes of the game, and the two were also heard to have been in a verbal tussle.

As reported by Twitter user and Gunners fan @seangooner, who was sitting right behind the former Blues captain in the dugout, the 20 year old was seen to act a gesture at Terry which the fan translates to be ‘I’m in your head’, soon after the third Arsenal goal.

“I was sat directly behind the Aston Villa dugout. Guendouzi and John Terry exchanged words throughout. After the third goal, Guendouzi went straight to JT, gesturing ‘I’m in your head’. So, so good,” the supporter tweeted.

The French under 21 joined Emery’s side last year from Ligue 2 side FC Lorient, and has made 39 appearances for the club accross all competitions.