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Arsenal stars fall foul of hilarious Citroen car prank

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They may have beaten Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League last night, but Arsenal stars Aaron Ramsey, Danny Welbeck and Santi Cazorla were definitely losers after the club played an elaborate prank on their international stars.

Arsenal teamed up with Citroen to prank the unsuspecting trio as par of the car giants’ parking hero campaign, for their new car. The three players were expecting to face off in a parking challenge against Arsenal Ladies, but little did they know that one of the women was in fact stunt driver Annalese Ferrari.

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Alex Scott and Jordan Nobbs introduced Ferrari as a new singing, whose outstanding driving skills made the stars shriek in terror, including Welbeck who screams halfway through the clip.

Cazorla, who had a go at the challenge beforehand was pretty confident that his efforts were so good that the boys would win the challenge, but what happened next left him, Ramsey and Welbeck stunned.

After, Ferrari revealed who she was the players could not believe it and Welbeck pleaded “let me out” and Cazorla admitted that he “could not walk” as he legs turned into spaghetti when he eventually got out of the car.

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With their pride firmly dented, the trio could not do anything else, but congratulate Ferrari, Nobbs and Scott for pulling off prank.

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