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Top Football Tweets: Tyrone Mings and Danny Ings combine and shots fired at Gunners


Chelsea dominated Arsenal at the Emirates

They’re even trolling Arsenal in Russia now.

Back-to-back losses for Arsenal left them open to ridicule, even in the Russian Premier League. Plus, some of the scenes in France were not Nice to see – if you get our gist.

Here are just a few of the best tweets from the weekend’s footballing action.

1. Phoning it in

Fans on Tyneside may have been grateful in the end not to have to watch Newcastle United’s 2-0 loss on the road to Aston Villa in high definition on a widescreen television.

2. MingIng goal

Meanwhile, we’re glad that Danny Ings’ transfer to Aston Villa has made this score graphic possible.

Tweet from Tom VictorAlmost perfect

3. All roads lead to Rom

Romelu Lukaku was ‘unplayable‘ as he returned for Chelsea, whom he last played for 10 years ago. He scored the opening goal as the Blues beat Arsenal 2-0 at the Emirates on Sunday.

Romelu Lukaku statsAn impressive performance

4. Shots fired at the Gunners

Meanwhile, everyone online seems to be having a good laugh at poor old Arsenal, who have lost their opening two games.

Spartak Moscow, who drew with Russian Premier League side Arsenal Tula on Saturday, even piled in on the north London club.

5. Harry Kane runs down the clock

Kane finally returned for Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, after an extended summer break.

There has been plenty of speculation surrounding his future in recent weeks, with many believing his absence from training signals that he wants to move to Manchester City.

6. Manchester United fans see Fred

After an incredible opening game to the new season, where they beat Leeds United 5-1, Manchester United were slightly underwhelming in their draw with Southampton on Sunday.

Many seemed to blame the midfield.

7. Violence Mars game – not Nice to see

In Ligue 1, Nice v Marseille had to be abandoned after fans stormed the pitch. The trouble started after Marseille’s Dimitri Payet retaliated to being struck in the back by a bottle thrown from the home supporters.

Some of the Marseille players were reportedly injured in the trouble and refused to return to the pitch after a long delay.

8. Proper football stuff

Liverpool hosted Burnley on Saturday, who have often been accused of not playing a very modern style of football. Their use of 1-11 shirt numbers, however, is a throwback that we’re sure everyone can appreciate.

9. Ripping up the rulebook

Meanwhile, Bologna manager Sinisa Mihajlovic is carving out the future of managerial fashion in Serie A. Gone are the days, it seems, when football managers had to choose between the formal suit or the club shop tracksuit and cap.

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