By Amir Mir
Lee Dixon delighted Arsenal fans and showed what he really thinks of Tottenham, as he took part in the ‘Stand up if you hate Tottenham’ chant during the Arsenal Legends match at the Emirates on Saturday afternoon.
The ex-Gunners defender couldn’t play on Saturday but watched from the bench as the Arsenal Legends beat Milan Glorie 4-2.
Instead of his usual support at right-back, Dixon decided to help out with some of the off-the-pitch action, as spotted by an Arsenal fan.
On the pitch, fan favourite Nwankwo Kanu rolled back the years and the 40-year-old netted a hat-trick in front of a sell-out crowd.
The likes of Freddie Ljungberg, Robert Pires, Emmanuel Petit and Nigel Winterburn were in action as the charity game raised £1 million for the Arsenal foundation.
Dixon made 619 appearances for the north London club during a 15-year period when the versatile defender lifted nine major trophies.
Fan-favourite Dixon lifted the Division One/Premier League crown on four occasions and helped win three FA Cups.
The right-back lifted four major trophies with former manager Arsene Wenger, who has failed to win the Premier League title in 12 years.
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