Published On: Wed, Jun 10th, 2020

Arsenal trolled by Tottenham and Chelsea fans after losing friendly vs Championship side | Football | Sport

Arsenal have been trolled after losing 3-2 against Brentford in a behind-closed-doors friendly on Wednesday. The Gunners took on the Championship side at the Emirates. Mikel Arteta fielded a strong team against their London rivals, with Joe Willock and Alexandre Lacazette netting for the Gunners.

It’s understood Arsenal led 1-0 at half time, however, Brentford netted three times in the second half to secure the victory.

And following their surprise defeat, Tottenham and Chelsea fans trolled Arsenal on social media.

One Tottenham fan replied to the scoreline, simply putting: “Lollllll.”


“AND THEY THINK THEY CAN REACH TOP 6 AHAHAHAHAHAH,” a Chelsea fan wrote on Twitter.

A fellow Blues supporter said: “And they think they can beat city.”

Numerous Arsenal fans were also worried with the result, especially with the Gunners set to face Manchester City next week.

One Arsenal fan wrote on Twitter: “When do we start #ArtetaOut??”

Another said: “The hurt never ends with this club.”

“Man City next week lmao,” one fan added.

One supporter simply put: “Oh dear God.”

Another agreed, saying: “We’re so f**ked.”

“Lmao we suck man,” one supporter quipped.

Another joked: “Don’t say it, don’t say it, don’t say it…. #wengerin!!!!!!”

Arsenal face City next Wednesday when Premier League action returns.

The Gunners are ready for a busy few months heading into the summer transfer window.

Arsenal have been tipped to sign Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey when the window opens.

And Partey’s Ghana team-mate Joseph Attamah Larweh has urged the midfielder to head to the Premier League to prove himself.

“I will be happy if he goes to Arsenal,” he said.

“He has done everything at Atletico and is recognised as one of his best players.

“He also has to go to a different league to prove himself.

“He needs people to know that he is capable of succeeding in other places and not only in Spain.”

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