Fans pile into Arsenal ‘bottle jobs’ as they gift Man City Premier League title as Gunners finish ‘2nd in 1-horse race’
FANS have piled into Arsenal “bottle jobs” after they gifted Manchester City the Premier League title.
The Gunners suffered a shock 1-0 defeat at Nottingham Forest on Saturday, confirming City’s status as champions for the third successive season.
GettyArsenal have been trolled with memes by fans after handing Man City the title[/caption]
TwitterOne fan joked about Arsenal never being in the title race[/caption]
TwitterAnother mocked Arsenal by comparing them to a crumble desert[/caption]
It means Arsenal truly did blow an eight point lead.
And City have even wrapped up the title with an incredible three games to spare.
Pep Guardiola’s men are now focused on ending the season with victory in the FA Cup and Champions League finals.
As for Arsenal, they will retreat to lick their wounds ahead of their final match against Wolves.
But fans on social media showed no mercy as they slammed Arsenal for throwing away the title.
Hilarious memes were created left, right and centre – making sure the Gunners never forget their “bottle job” status.
One picture showed an Arsenal flag bearing the message: “Second in a one horse race!”
Another showed a desert package saying: “2 Arsenal Crumbles.”
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TwitterThis fan couldn’t believe how long Arsenal had been top of the table for[/caption]
TwitterAnother laughed at a hydration bottle covered in Arsenal’s badge[/caption]
TwitterOne pointed out how long it had been since Arsenal won a title[/caption]
One revealed how Arsenal had been top of the table for 247 nights this season, with City only top for a fortnight.
And another had a picture of a hydration bottle covered in an official Arsenal crest, with a fan joking: “No words needed.”
Meanwhile, someone confirmed “the last time Arsenal won the Premier League, owning a Nokia 1100 was considered a flex.”
One mocked up Mikel Arteta in the film The Italian Job, renaming it The Bottle Job.
And another took aim at Arsenal’s All or Nothing documentary, rebranding the Amazon show It All Came To Nothing.
TwitterA cheeky fan mocked up The Italian Job as The Bottle Job[/caption]
TwitterThe All or Nothing documentary didn’t escape the memes either[/caption]