Goals celebration are aimed at showing happiness for helping your team get pass their opponents, but when it gets out of bound, then players are deemed for punishment.
Mustafi’s celebration, when he made an ‘eagle’ gesture, in the Gunners victory against Cardiff City on Sunday was said to have gone out of FA rule and he might be booked.
The player was born to Albanian family but he chose to represent Germany, the country where he lived in while growing up.
The player’s ‘eagle’ celebration indirectly signify the head of an eagle in Albania’s national flag.
In FIFA’s code of conduct, players are not allowed to display/make any object/gesture related to political, religious, ethical while celebrating.
However, Mustafi’s celebration is believed to have contained political attachments and reporters claimed he could be fined by the Premier League football association.
Luckily, the German won’t be booked by the Football Associations but he will need to be careful while celebrating else he will be fined for such celebration.
Mustafi wasn’t called up by Germany National team coach Joachim Leow for the upcoming international break and that means he will be with his family for the next two weeks of international activities.
Arsenal face Newcastle in their next Premier League action when the League resumes in two weeks time.