Lacazette finally has a response to Ivan Toney trolling Arsenal

Alexandre Lacazette has responded to Ivan Toney’s trolling of Arsenal when the Gunners faced Brentford at the start of this season.

The Premier League newcomers have just been beaten by Mikel Arteta’s side 2-1 in the league.

With that Arsenal gained revenge after their 2-0 defeat at the start of this season.

After the Bees stung the Gunners, Toney tweeted: “Nice kick about with the boys. @BrentfordFC”

It did age well because it took months down the line before the Gunners faced them again.

This time, goals from Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka were enough to earn Arsenal a 2-1 win.

After the game, Lacazette took to his Twitter account to tweet almost the same thing.

The Arsenal man wrote: “Nice kick about with the boys. ⚽️@Arsenal” 

Smith Rowe added in the comments: “Fun session today” with a laughing emoji.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Arsenal players enjoyed beating Brentford, and it is great to see that.

The Bees haven’t been easy to overcome by many clubs in this campaign and that makes beating them even more impressive.

Considering we didn’t sign a top player in the January transfer window, we have done very well since we returned from the winter break.

Hopefully, it would continue until the end of the season.

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  1. My message to our players gallivanting on social media, after struggling to beat PL minnow, Brentford: just shut up and play – or let your play do the talking.

    Never thought I would live to see the day when our players deem it necessary to rubbish opponents like Brentford on line. It shows for far our standards have fallen.

      1. Wouldn’t you rather see our striker put away all those easy scoring chances, instead of taunting our opponents on social media?

    1. The players need some sort of encouragement from the fans to build on their recent form.
      That can go a long way in boosting morale instead of blasting them. They are human as well.

      Now see AUBA banging 7goals in 3matches for BARCA yet we could not replace him.

  2. Toney will be laughing on the other side of his face when BRENTFORD GET RELEGATED,WHICH I BELIEVE THEY WILL. Their form is relegation form and they no longer have much gap to the bottom three.

    There is normally one Prem team that seems safe halfway through the season, only to drop like a stone and go down. Brentford fit that scene precisely.

    1. Interesting points Jon
      They’ve played more games and a dodgy goal difference too. There are a couple of teams I’d prefer to go down but I agree with you, that Brentford are in the relegation mix

  3. In my opinion, I would rather the opponents just learn to keep their mouths shot when they manage to defeat arsenal because arsenal will not go about badmouthing other clubs players when they lose to us. For the whole of last season and this season before he left for Barca, Auba was a minus 2 for the gunners. He was never there after he extended that contract, he gave nothing back to the club for the huge amount of money he was earning, it is evident after the goals he scored for Barca because it’s been ages he put up that kind of performances in an arsenal shirt. He never deserve to put on the jersey. The hight of it was Odegaad goal that was going into the net where Auba knowing he was offside stretched his leg to touch the ball prompting the ref to disallow the goal. It’s a shame Arteta didn’t realize it on time last season to have kept him away from the team for at least half of last season perhaps Arsenal would have qualified for Europe

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