Arsene Wenger is not a man to show much emotion.

The Arsenal manager tends to deal with the good, bad and ugly of football in a businesslike manner, rarely losing his cool or showing the joy victory can bring. An Arsenal goal is celebrated by Wenger rising from his dugout, pumping his hands twice in front of his chest in a controlled way before returning to his seat, probably straightening his tie in the process.

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