Arsenal change their Twitter header after West Ham win and these fans absolutely love it

Arsenal’s admin played a blinder with this one!

Arsenal are certainly relishing the VAR decision finally allowing Alexandre Lacazette’s goal against West Ham on Saturday.

See the screen grab below as the Gunners’ Twitter header is now a picture of the screen at the Emirates Stadium announcing VAR had given the goal yesterday, which ended up being the winner against the Hammers…

This is fine work by the Arsenal admin, and it’s fair to say people on Twitter seem to be loving the change.

Here’s some reaction from fans online…

Lacazette’s important goal puts Arsenal into 9th in the Premier League, and we’re just five points behind Chelsea with ten games still to go.

We’re also only three points behind Wolves and one point behind Tottenham with a game in hand over both those sides, so what looked an impossible task just a few weeks ago now seems perfectly doable.

That VAR decision to give Lacazette the goal yesterday could end up being very significant indeed…

5 Comments

  1. Chukzyking 007 says:

    The referee had actually ruled it as offside, before Var after lengthy deliberation gave the goal,
    This we were almost robbed again, case study arsenal vs Crystal palace. We scored a good goal in the dying moments of the game,for God knows why Bar chopped it off,
    Arsenal is one of the most hated teams in the Epl.
    We just have to keep pushing and see were we end up at the end of the season

    1. Siamois says:

      I also think we should have got a penalty Lacazette being wrestled to the ground in the box!

    2. jon fox says:

      DO YOU SERIOUSLY THINK THOSE WHO RUN VAR hate “us”. If you do, you are not that bright and have no ability to think rationally. All teams get rough VAR decisions at times. PARANOIA IS PLAIN DAFT!

      1. Gir says:

        This guy @admin always with toxic insults to those who he disagrees with.

  2. jon fox says:

    CALL THIS NONSENSE AN ARTICLE, DO YOU? COS I DO NOT!

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