Kieran Trippier rubs salt in Arsenal wounds as he addresses Spurs fans
‘I hope you enjoyed that one’: Kieran Trippier rubs salt into Arsenal wounds as he sends message to Tottenham fans after Newcastle win against Mikel Arteta’s men gave his former club a massive boost in the race for a top-four finish
- Kieran Trippier addressed Tottenham fans after his Newcastle side beat Arsenal
- The Magpies triumphed 2-0 against Mikel Arteta’s Gunners on Monday evening
- The result leaves Spurs in pole position to secure a Champions League place
- And after the game former Tottenham star Trippier teased Arsenal on Instagram
Kieran Trippier has mocked Arsenal while posting a message to Tottenham fans after Newcastle’s 2-0 win against the Gunners.
The Magpies triumphed 2-0 at St James’ Park on Monday night as Arsenal collapsed under pressure once again.
After losing the North London Derby on Thursday, they missed another opportunity to go above Tottenham.
Mikel Arteta’s side are now two points behind their bitter rivals in the table and look unlikely to usurp them for fourth place and the crucial final qualifying spot for the Champions League.
And former Spurs star Trippier posted on social media after the game to his one million followers to rub salt in Arsenal wounds.
Kieran Trippier has rubbed salt into Arsenal wounds with a teasing social media message
The Newcastle star (left) was an unused substitute as his side beat the Gunners 2-0 on Monday
He said: Excellent by the lads tonight, once again showing what we are capable of @nufc.
‘I hope you enjoyed that one tonight @spursofficial fans,’ followed by a cry-laughing emoji.
Magpies team-mate Bruno Guimaraes, who scored the second with five minutes left after Ben White’s own goal, commented with two fire emojis.
The result is hugely damaging for Mikel Arteta (left) and his side in the race for a top-four finish
Right back Trippier, 31, signed for newly-rich Newcastle in January for £12million from Atletico Madrid, having moved from Spurs to Spain in summer 2019.
The 35-cap England international enjoyed an impressive start in the north-east, scoring twice in five Premier League games, but has been out recently with a broken foot.
He was an unused substitute against the Gunners but is close to a return.
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