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Arsenal duo trolled for missed penalties at Euros

Arsenal duo trolled by their own fans for missing penalties at the Euro 2016 [TWEETS]

June 26, 2016 By Andrew Amoth Wandola
Two Arsenal players have found themselves between a rock and a hard place at the Euro 2016 after missing penalties for their respective countries.

Arsenal players have had a bad luck at taking penalties at the ongoing Euro 2016. First it was Granit Xhaka who blasted wide during the post-match penalties between Switzerland and Poland in their last 16 match on Saturday. The missed penalty by the new Arsenal signing kicked the Swiss out of the tournament after Poland converted all their spot kicks to win the match 5-4.

Granit Xhaka blasts his penalty wide during the Poland vs Switzerland last 16 match on SaturdayGranit Xhaka blasts his penalty wide during the Poland vs Switzerland last 16 match on SaturdayOn Sunday, the Gunners’ midfield maestro Mesut Ozil had his penalty saved during Germany’s match with Slovakia. Although Die Mannschaft secured an easy 3-0 win over the Slovakians, Arsenal fans were a worried lot ahead of the new season. Check out the tweets:

This also paved way for more trolling from fans from other clubs:

 

 


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