Kieran Gibbs celebrates Arsenal victory with McDonalds trip

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It’s not unusual for players to celebrate important victories with a few glasses of red wine or a night out on the town.

But for Arsenal and England left-back Kieran Gibbs, there was only one way to celebrate the Gunners’ 4-1 victory over Liverpool – a trip to McDonalds, according to the Mirror.

Sporting a beaming smile and a questionable hat, Gibbs was snapped at the local fast food restaurant with a pal deciding what to order.

The 25-year-old, who featured in England’s recent draw with Italy, has fallen behind left-back colleague Nacho Monreal in the pecking order at the Emirates Stadium and he remained on the bench for the entirety of Arsenal’s thumping win.

Celebrating in style

However, this didn’t deter Gibbs from celebrating in style - and the celebrations, which lasted until the early hours of the morning, could be just the start of what promises to be an exciting climax to the season for Arsenal’s players.

Arsenal on course to secure top-four finish - again

The comprehensive victory over Liverpool cemented their place in the Premier League’s top four and qualification into the Champions League.

Arsene Wenger’s side also have the chance to retain the FA Cup with a semi-final meeting with Reading at Wembley Stadium scheduled for April 18.

Gibbs has featured in three of Arsenal’s last seven games - which have all ended in victories - with Wenger’s side hitting form at the perfect time.

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