Hector Bellerin destroys Troy Deeney on Twitter after his penalty miss vs Arsenal

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Ask any Arsenal fan what their perfect scenario would be when they took on Watford on Sunday afternoon, a comfortable victory with Troy Deeney missing a penalty would have on their minds.

And that’s exactly what happened as they ran out 3-0 winners with Petr Cech saving a second-half spot-kick from Deeney.

Of course, if you can’t quite remember, the Watford striker heavily criticised Arsene Wenger’s side earlier in the season by saying they lacked “cojones.”

"I've heard Wenger's already blaming [the penalty] as the reason for why they lost,” he said after Watford beat Arsenal 2-1 at Vicarage Road.

"Well, I'm not going to be one to tell Mr Wenger about himself, but there's a reason that they lost and it wasn't because of one penalty.

"I have to watch what I say, but it's [having] a bit of cojones, is what I'll say. Whenever I play against Arsenal, I'll go up and think 'let me whack the first one and see who wants it.'"

And Deeney also had a few words for Hector Bellerin.

In the post-match interview, the reporter suggested that the Arsenal right-back believed he was fouled in the build-up to his goal. Deeney replied with: “He had his long hair in the way, he couldn't see what he's doing.”

So, with Deeney missing a penalty against Arsenal, Bellerin couldn’t wait to get his revenge.


And immediately after the final whistle, he tweeted the striker by saying: “Looks like you couldn't see today either @T_Deeney.”



And this is how football fans reacted.

Well played, Hector. Well played.

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