Wayne Rooney trolls Piers Morgan after Manchester United beat Arsenal

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Manchester United enjoyed quite the evening at the Emirates yesterday as they secured their first away win of the season against rivals Arsenal. 

The Red Devils sealed all three points in north London thanks to a Kieran Gibbs own goal and a strike from Wayne Rooney as they beat the Gunners by two goals to one in north London.

And, after the showdown, a number of Manchester United players took to Twitter to express their delight to fans. 

The best tweets

Wayne Rooney 

Without a doubt, the best tweet of the evening was from Manchester United's skipper Wayne Rooney, who sent celebrity Arsenal fan Piers Morgan a personal message. It was some day for the Red Devils captain as he struck United's second of the game at the Emirates. Morgan, meanwhile, revealed that he was miserable...

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David de Gea 

Wayne Rooney was once again involved in this tweet as he was singled out by Red Devils shot-stopper David de Gea, who handed the forward the ultimate praise, insisting that his captain never misses.

Marouane Fellaini 

Marouane Fellaini, who enjoyed another strong performance in the middle of the park on his birthday, thanked fans of the Red Devils for their support and posted a picture of his teammates celebrating Rooney's goal. 

Piers Morgan 

Unsurprisingly, the Arsenal players were extremely quiet after the clash, but Piers Morgan (obviously) had his say...and he's called for manager Arsene Wenger to leave the club after yesterday's result left the Gunners in eighth place in the Premier League table. 

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