Arsenal game under investigation from anti-corruption investigators

Croatian anti-corruption investigators have been pursuing an inquiry into allegedly fixed football matches, one of which might have involved Arsenal, reports The Guardian.

According to reports in Croatia, the Gunners' 3-0 win over Dinamo Zagreb four years ago was suspicious, although there is no suggestion any Arsenal staff were involved in the alleged fix and the club have not been contacted by investigators.

Vuk Djuricic, the spokesman for Croatia's anti-corruption service, USKOK, told Digger: "We have been working on these football cases for a long time together with Croatian and German police. But I cannot discuss individual matches under investigation: that is top secret."

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