Richarlison's brutal response to being mocked by Callum Wilson and Michail Antonio
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Richarlison has taken a brutal dig at Callum Wilson and Michail Antonio after the pair mocked his performances in a Tottenham shirt.
Richarlison has managed just one goal in 27 Premier League appearances since making the £60 million switch to north London from Everton last summer.
But despite a remarkably underwhelming debut season for Spurs, the 26-year-old has had some memorable moments.
Cast your mind back to April and Richarlison looked to have completed an impressive comeback against Liverpool after going 3-0 down.
The Brazilian made it 3-3 in stoppage time, whipping off his shirt in celebration, only for Diogo Jota to get the winner for Liverpool a minute later.
While Richarlison previously had two goals chalked off for offside against Fulham in September, in which he also removed his shirt, and Nottingham Forest in March, where he shushed the crowd in celebration.
Speaking about the incident on The Footballer's Football Podcast, West Ham striker Michail Antonio and Newcastle's Callum Wilson could barely contain their laughter.
"He's scored four times this season," Antonio began. "Three of the times he's been offside [and] he's taken his top off four times this season.
"He's got four yellows – he's almost on a suspension," Wilson added, before the pair burst into fits of laughter.
The video has circulated on social media and has since made it's way to Richarlison, who has issued a brutal response to the two.
Richarlison on TikTok after viewing the clip of Callum Wilson and Michail Antonio poke fun at him for his performance this season 🤣🇧🇷 pic.twitter.com/ysqNn1NCsn— The Spurs Express (@TheSpursExpress) June 2, 2023
Commenting on the clip on TikTok, the Brazil international wrote: "How many goals do you both have in the World Cup?", followed by an embarrassed face emoji.
It is not the first time Richarlison has come under fire for his performances, with former Tottenham manager Antonio Conte calling him "s**t" in a press conference back in March.
While he was ripped for doing kick-ups against Forest in August and branded disrespectful by pundits and fans alike.