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Arsenal fans rage at Villa 'muppets' for schoolboy error that gifts City goal


ARSENAL fans have slammed Aston Villa as “muppets” after they gifted Manchester City a goal with a schoolboy error.

The Gunners are currently embroiled in a title race with City and Liverpool.

Aston Villa's wall broke apart to allow Phil Foden to score


Aston Villa’s wall broke apart to allow Phil Foden to scoreCredit: Getty

While Arsenal saw off Luton Town 2-0, rivals City took on Aston Villa.

Rodri had given the Citizens the lead before Jhon Durán equalised for the visitors.

A City draw would be a big boost to the Gunners, however Phil Foden restored the lead from a free-kick.

The England international did not even need to go over the Villans wall as the ball squirmed through the defender and past Robin Olsen into the goal.

Arsenal and some Liverpool fans were left fuming by the schoolboy error as they flocked to social media.

One posted: “May as well not have a wall, Villa! Muppets.”

A second commented: “That villa wall was horrific.”

A third wrote: “Not a great Aston Villa wall there. Unai Emery looks suitably disgusted.”


A fourth said: “Not sure how a wall breaks apart this way at this level. I’d be livid if my JV team did this.”

Another added: “I’d be fuming at that wall.”

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To make matters worse for Arsenal fans, Villa went into the game having to make a late change as Emiliano Martinez missed out due to illness.

Man City had their own concerns however as Kevin De Bruyne and Erling Haaland were both dropped by Pep Guardiola.

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