Arsenal Fans Absolutely Raging With David Luiz For His Role In Tottenham's Goal
Arsenal fans have brutally trolled David Luiz for his role in Tottenham's goal in the North London derby.
Christian Eriksen tapped in from close range after Bernd Leno failed to hold onto the ball, but Arsenal fans immediately vented their anger at Luiz.
The Brazilian defender was unable to track Son Heung-min's run and casually jogged back while leaving a gaping hole in Arsenal's defence.
OH NO LENO!
A nightmare for the @Arsenal keeper allows Eriksen to tap in after a slick @SpursOfficial counter-attack :ok_hand:
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Son went on to play a ball to Erik Lamela who fired a low shot which was parried by Leno, with Eriksen scoring.
Naturally, Luiz's defensive calamity was the talk of the first-half. Here's some reaction from Twitter:
Arsenal paid £8m for David Luiz and somehow still got robbed looool
- Tom (@CynicalLive) September 1, 2019
David Luiz got pulled out of position following Son there, creating the space for Lamela to run into...
- Liam Twomey (@liam_twomey) September 1, 2019
Luiz got sonned by Son in the build up. Could have took a foul for the team but looked confused as usual pic.twitter.com/kUElY0yM9d
- Jacques Mesrine (@Hustler_Futbol) September 1, 2019
David Luiz just jogging back like he's a midfielder.
- Greenwood Guru (@masonthefuture) September 1, 2019
Some Arsenal fans absolutely rave about Leno. Not particularly sure why. David Luiz sprinting out of possession again too. ♂️ #ARSTOT
- Jake Heasman (@jakeheasman) September 1, 2019
Not great keeping from Leno but that was dreadful from David Luiz. #ARSTOT
- Sam Inkersole (@Sam_InkersoleTM) September 1, 2019
Luiz is about to trend again.
- Vince:tm: (@Blue_Footy) September 1, 2019
david luiz just mustafi with sideshow bob hair
- o (@IongIivesteeIo) September 1, 2019
Spurs doubled their lead courtesy of a Harry Kane penalty before Alexandre Lacazette reduced the deficit in stoppage time.