'Awful Player' - David Luiz's Worst Moments For Arsenal Compiled In Shocking Video
A fan has ruthlessly compiled David Luiz's worst moments for Arsenal in a brutal video.
Luiz penned a new Arsenal contract on Wednesday which will see him stay on at the club for the 2020/21 season.
Arsenal supporters slammed the decision to hold onto the calamitous Brazilian defender following his performance at Manchester City last week.
A video has now surfaced highlighting his worst moments in an Arsenal shirt and it makes for terrible viewing.
The video on YouTube titled "David Luiz Awful Player" includes his horror showing against Liverpool from earlier in the season as well as defensive mistakes throughout his time at Arsenal.
One YouTube user commented: "In football, it's 11 v 11. Whenever arsenal has David Luiz playing, it's 12 v 10."
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A second wrote: "He is Mustafi in disguise as David Luiz."
A third added: "Have you ever seen a more deadly dou than Mustafi and David Luiz? Cuz I haven't."
Luiz, Pablo Mari, Cedric Soares and Dani Ceballos all signed new deals with Arsenal technical director Edu pleased with the business.
✍️ One-year deal for @DavidLuiz_4
✍️ Long-term deal for @PabloMV5
✍️ Long-term deal for @OficialCedric
✍️ Loan extension for @DaniCeballos46
More info on the new deals :point_down:
- Arsenal (@Arsenal) June 24, 2020
"I am really happy that we will have these players in our squad for the future," he said. "They have been part of the long-term technical plan Mikel and I have developed. They bring the right balance to our squad."
Speaking about Luiz, he added: "David is a really important player for us. He has played most of our matches this season and has been important for the team.
"His passing, his communication with the team on and off the pitch. He helps everyone."
Arsenal have suffered back-to-back defeats since the Premier League restart. They resume their faltering league campaign at Southampton.