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Aaron Ramsey's Savage Response To Eric Dier After Arsenal's Win Over Spurs

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Aaron Ramsey's Savage Response To Eric Dier After Arsenal's Win Over Spurs

Aaron Ramsey has had the last laugh against Eric Dier after Arsenal's triumphant victory over Tottenham Hotspur in Sunday's north London derby.

The 24-year-old Spurs player scored an equaliser in the first half and celebrated by putting his finger to his lip to silence the Gunners fans at the Emirates Stadium.

It was enough to spark a response from the 27-year-old Welshman, who left the bench to confront the England international. Dier was having none of it and told the Arsenal star to "sit back down."

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The Gunners eventually won the match, but that hasn't stopped the Wales international from brutally mocking Dier on Instagram.

Ramsey, whose future at the club remains uncertain and has been linked with Paris Saint-Germain, posted an image of himself with a caption: "Sit down he said!" And to add fuel to the fire -- all's fair in love and war after all -- the midfielder added a winking emjoi along with his picture and caption.

Credit: Aaron Ramsey/Instagram
Credit: Aaron Ramsey/Instagram

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened the scoring for Arsenal before Dier hit back with his equaliser, with Harry Kane allowing Spurs to take the lead before half-time from the spot kick.

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Aubameyang scored his second of the match in the second half and Alexandre Lacazette added in Arsenal's third, with Lucas Torreira scoring the fourth.

The match was not without its controversy either, with a Tottenham fan arrested for throwing a banana skin at Aubameyang.

"It is a very big victory; we showed our supporters and we gave them the victory because it is a very special match against Tottenham, for us it is special also," Arsenal manager Unai Emery said after the match (via BBC Sport).

Credit: PA
Credit: PA
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"But above all it is three points, like against Bournemouth last weekend. We need to continue our process, creating our way. I want to do more."

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino believes that the match was even before Torreira scored.

"Until they scored the third goal I think the game was even, after that we started to pay," he said.

"It was difficult for the team to show the energy that we normally show."

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Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Spurs, Football News, Tottenham Hotspur, Football, Eric Dier, Arsenal, Aaron Ramsey

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