Gabriel Magalhaes Trolls Aubamenyang After Arsenal Defeated Chelsea

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Gabriel Magalhaes has trolled former Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubamenyang after the Gunners’ victory over the Blues at Stamford Bridge.

Gabriel Magalhaes Arsenal Chelsea
Gabriel Magalhaes trolls Aubamenyang after Arsenal win

Arsenal stamped their feet as legitimate Premier League title contenders after they traveled to grab all three points against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Arsenal earned a deserved victory

Arsenal earned a deserved victory over Chelsea Stamford Bridge after they dominated the game from start to finish.

Mikel Arteta reaffirmed Arsenal’s readiness to battle for the Premier League title after deservedly earning all three points against the Blues.

Arsenal dominated proceedings and pressed for goals pushing Chelsea into their own half for most part of the game.

They also created several chances but could not convert them throughout the first half of the encounter.

Chelsea were marked out both in the midfield and at the edge of the Arsenal box, and they hardly created a clear chance in the game.

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Gabriel Magalhaes Arsenal Chelsea

Arsenal finally broke the goal deadlock in the 64th minute in the second half. Saka had taken a corner kick and Gabriel Magalhaes was there to slot it home to give Arsenal the lead.

Despite taking the lead, Arsenal still dominated and pressed down Chelsea in the Blues’ half till the end of the game.

The win returned Arsenal to the top of the Premier League table with two points difference from the second-placed team Manchester City.

Gabriel Magalhaes Trolls Aubamenyang after the victory

Arsenal and Brazilian center-back Gabriel Magalhaes, who scored the winning and only goal of the match, has trolled former Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubamenyang after the victory.

Gabriel Magalhaes took to his social media handle and mocked his former teammate by repeating Aubamenyang’s “nothing personal” comment, which he made to the Gunners before the game.

Pierre-Emerick Aubamenyang’s prematch ‘nothing personal” message

Futballnews had earlier reported that Aubamenyang had sent a message to Arsenal ahead of Chelsea’s Premier League match against his former team at Stamford Bridge.

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The former Gabon international sparked reactions when he responded to the seething feud and discord that had lingered when he left the Emirates Stadium.

Pierre-Emerick Aubamemyang left Arsenal after a glaring feud and face-off with Mikel Arteta, which made the club to strip off his captaincy armband and terminated his contract.

Gabriel Magalhaes Arsenal Chelsea

After Aubamenyang’s contract with Arsenal was terminated, he moved to Barcelona due to his discord with Mikel Arteta.

He had blamed Mikel Arteta for his inability to handle big players, as he only prefers only young and budding players that will not contest some of his decisions on-field and off-pitch.

Before returning to Chelsea, the face-off with Mikel Artera led to Aubamenyang’s explosive exit from Arsenal.

Speaking before hosting his former club at Stamford Bridge, Aubamenyang said he had “nothing personal’ with Arsenal after the face-off.

The statement was thought to have further exacerbated tensions due to its timing.

Magalhaes replies Aubamenyang with troll after win

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The result of the game was disappointing to the Blues, but a perfect one for title-chasers Arsenal.

Gabriel Magalhaes took to his social media handle to troll Aubamenyang. Magalhaes wrote, “nothing personal…London is red.”

Magalhaes’ post was obviously a reply to Aubamenyang’s message, which must have been deemed offensive by the Brazil international.

Magalhaes’ winner returned Arsenal to the top of the Premier League table, while Chelsea suffered a setback in their pursuit of a top-four finish.

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