Troopz from Arsenal Fan TV absolutely lost his head over David Luiz's shocking defending against Manchester City.
Luiz had a disasterclass during Manchester City vs. Arsenal as he produced a mistake to allow Raheem Sterling to score before conceding a penalty which earned himself a red card.
His performance didn't go down too well with Arsenal fans including Troopz who had a meltdown over the defender's awful showing on Wednesday.
Troopz has spent 3 months in lockdown, for David Luiz to ruin him the first game back pic.twitter.com/BLBrJoYxH5
- Jack Thornhill (@JackThornhill9) June 17, 2020
Troopz's head is gone:sob::sob::sob::sob::sob: pic.twitter.com/3QhFDj2r6W
- General (@pyr3xg3neral) June 17, 2020
David Luiz Red Card.
Meltdown Part 2 :joy: pic.twitter.com/KuQtf9K4uv
- Trent66 (@Trent6611) June 17, 2020
Needless to say, Troopz's incredible reaction sent social media wild.
I'm listening to troopz Yh and he has a fair point. Before Luiz came on we had a slight chance. We were ok. When he came on, everything was fucked
- Mary:part_alternation_mark::flag_cy: (@AfcMary_) June 17, 2020
I could watch Troopz go off on Luiz all night
- Sowah :wolf: (@nii_sowah_odoi) June 17, 2020
Troopz yelling "Agent Luiz" ahahaha loving this.
- Wonderfully Weird Woman (@10thchait) June 17, 2020
"Just evidence that these mugs aren't really Gooners and make us a f**king laughing stock," one social media user wrote.
A second tweeted: "It's back and it's better."
A third added: "David Luiz giving arsenal fans a heartbreak."
Arsenal failed to move above local rivals Tottenham following their 3-0 defeat as they return to Premier League action on Saturday when they travel to Brighton.
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