TWEETS: Bellerin + Hayden React On Twitter To Arsenal Defeat

By on September 24, 2014

Arsenal crashed out of the Capital One Cup in disappointing style last night with a 2-1 defeat to Southampton at the Emirates.

We got off to an excellent start when Alexis Sanchez put us ahead with a stunning free-kick but a needless foul in the box from Tomas Rosicky gifted the Saints a way back into the game just minutes later. Tadic making it 1-1 from the spot.

The visitors then won it with a thunderbolt from Nathan Clyne just before half time to dump us out the League Cup at the third round stage for the first time in 10 years.

It was a poor performance overall but two of the more promising displays came from two of our youngsters with Hector Bellerin putting in an adventurous shift at right-back, while Isaac Hayden was impressive at centre-back on his debut.

While the more established players have steered clear of social media, as they usually do following a defeat, Bellerin and Hayden have had the balls to take to Twitter to have their say.

Bellerin kept things simple saying ‘on to the next one’, while Hayden was a little more insightful saying he was ‘gutted’ by the result but backed the boys to bounce back.


One Comment

  1. David

    September 24, 2014 at 5:51 pm

    Non of arsenal players that give up to 100% in a game. This is as a result of given the opponent chances to express them on a field of played. They never tighting their back and never watch what the opponent are playing and use it against them. Its very hard to see arsenal player foul the opponent or give up to 100% or more compare to other big team. Mr. Wenger need to discipline them. Some of them never realise this arsenal. Some thaught is just to wear the Jersey for fun, you wear and fight like the old arsenal way.

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