Arsenal’s Moment Was Insinuated by Their Own Fans After Winning 4-0 over Brentford, Unique and Hilarious

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“Finally the Gunners won against a Premier League team. But, not an official duel. What game was that?”

1NEWS – Arsenal finally registered their first win of the season against a Premier League club. The score is unmitigated, 4-0. However, this is not an official match. This is a trial. Moon against the senior team but Brentford Academy players.

The Gunners beat the Young Bees 4-0 at the Colney Tarining Ground on Thursday (2/9/2021) evening WIB. The victory did not add to the excitement of the fans, but instead it got ridicule, ridicule, ridicule, and the like.

Why? That’s because Arsenal suffered a 0-2 defeat in the official 2021/2022 Premier League opening match with the promoted club.

Even funnier, against the academy team in the unofficial trial which was held behind closed doors, the Gunners played the first team. Ben White and Gabriel Magalhaes fill the defensive posts in a back three formation. That includes Pablo Mari, who missed a 5-0 loss to Manchester City at the weekend.

Calum Chambers was selected at right-back, while Cedric Soares played on the left and Mohamed Elneny in midfield. Mikel Arteta also plays Aaron Ramsdale, Gabriel Martinelli, Alexandre Lacazette, Nicolas Pepe and Ainsley Maitland-Niles.

Arsenal won thanks to a goal from Magalhaes who was replaced by Rob Holding in the 69th minute. Lacazette also scored. While two surprise goals were born through Soares.

“So does this mean we won 4-2 on aggregate?” booed one Arsenal supporter on Twitter in reference to the 0-2 defeat in the Premier League. While another wrote: “Better late than never, son”.

In addition to the defeat in the Premier League, innuendos also appeared because Brentford played all the inexperienced members of the team. Coach Thomas Frank faced Arsenal without 15 main players due to FIFA international call-ups (national team matches).

So, for Arsenal fans, it was an unbalanced game. In fact, a Brentford fan was quick to respond to the boasting Arsenal fans, tweeting: “Sorry guys, that doesn’t count”.

(diaz alvioriki/you)

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