Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim has slammed his opposite number Arsene Wenger as disrespectful for refusing to shake his hand following his side’s shock exit from the Champions League on Tuesday night, according to The Sun.
Despite the Gunners winning 2-0 on the night thanks to goals from Olivier Giroud and Aaron Ramsey, the French side still managed to pass through to the next round on away goals.
And coach Jardim insisted that he had no interest in shaking Wenger’s hand at full time after he was snubbed during the first leg.
“I think it was disrespectful. Right now we’re celebrating and we think Arsenal did not show enough respect during the first leg,” he said.
“I think we deserve this qualification. We managed to take advantage of winning the first leg and in the second leg Arsenal scored two goals. But it is deserved.”