DIE-HARD Arsenal fan Piers Morgan was left fuming by his team’s miserable showing in tonight’s north London derby.
The Gunners collapsed after Rob Holding’s first-half sending off to be three goals down to bitter rivals Tottenham within 47 minutes.
Harry Kane put Spurs ahead from the spot after Cedric Soares was ruled to have fouled Son Heung-Min in the box.
And Morgan vented his frustration on Twitter, questioning his trust in Mikel Arteta as a manager.
He blasted: “Can Arteta-crazed Arsenal fans remind me again why I should trust a process that involves spending £250m in 2yrs, giving our best striker to Barcelona, and losing 5 of our last 10 League games in crucial run-in with nothing else to play for? I’m struggling.”
Morgan also grabbed his phone after Spurs striker Kane slotted his penalty to open the scoring, simply tweeting six angry-faced emojis.
Gunners-mad Morgan did the same when Kane doubled the score, but this time wrote “FFS” before another eight angry-faced emojis.
Meanwhile Arsenal legend Ray Parlour was left hoping for a power cut to spare him from witnessing the slaughter.
The Romford Pele joked on Twitter: “Might have a early night unless there’s a power cut.”
The Gunners could have secured Champions League qualification with a win this evening, but instead find themselves just a point above Spurs with two games left to play.
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And tricky fixtures against Newcastle and Everton mean Arteta’s side could be in for a nervy climax to the campaign.
A Monday night clash under the lights at St. James’ Park is sure to be a stern test, as is the home clash with the relegation threatened Toffees.
Spurs meanwhile host fellow survival scrappers Burnley before finishing the season with a trip to already relegated Norwich.