Lukas Podolski and Arsenal fans tear into Tottenham on Twitter

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For weeks now Arsenal fans feared that Tottenham would finish above them in the Premier League for the first time since 1995.

However, in the most dramatic of circumstances, the Gunners have clawed their way back and usurped their north London rivals to claim second on the final day of the season.

Arsenal needed all three points to have any hope of pulling off such a feat and did so against Aston Villa with a hat-trick from Olivier Giroud.


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Elsewhere, at St James' Park, Tottenham were on the receiving end of a 5-1 maulling from Newcastle United despite the hosts going down to ten men.

And in typical fashion, Arsenal fans tore Spurs to absolute pieces on Twitter. Even Lukas Podolski and Wojciech Szczesny got in on the act.


Brutal. It's a bad day to be a Tottenham fan.

Until their clash with Chelsea on May 2, the Lilywhites were in contention for the title; a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge, though, saw Leicester City crowned champions.

And now, following a dramatic collapse and defeats to Southampton and Newcastle, Mauricio Pochettino's men have been forced to once again fall second best to Arsenal.

Where the Gunners are concerned, their proud record of not finishing behind Tottenham goes on. An interesting summer now awaits as they bid to go one better next campaign and win the Premier League title.

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