Arsenal Players Came Out To Triple H's Music For The Second Half
Arsenal will be trying to intimidate their opposition with a burst of 'Time to Play the Game,' after Triple H's legendary theme music seemed to inspire them on Wednesday night.
The Gunners weren't given much chance ahead of the game against league champions Liverpool last night and things didn't start too well, as Sadio Mane made it 1-0 after 20 minutes.
However Mikel Arteta's side hit back, after a mistake from Virgil van Dijk, through Alexandre Lacazette before Reiss Nelson made it 2-1 at half time.
When the players returned for the second half they were greeted with a blast of 14 time WWE champion Triple H's infamous theme 'Time to Play the Game,' which delighted fans.
arsenal coming out to the Triple H theme is goat :joy: pic.twitter.com/YvLQjgr4i5- Mizan ♂️ (@shitmizan) July 15, 2020
Arsenal are 2-1 up against the Champions and the Emirates stadium announcer has played the Triple H entrance music to start the 2nd half.- Be Well (@SkipperAFC) July 15, 2020
We are fucking back. pic.twitter.com/qlu5Ge3QD9
Arsenal playing triple h's theme tune at half time. Could do with evolution as our back 4 tbh pic.twitter.com/9KIUj1R7x6- otiv (@serbian_goat) July 15, 2020
Arsenal emerge from the tunnel to Triple H's entrance music. I'm all in for that.- Charles Watts (@charles_watts) July 7, 2020
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'The Games'' music obviously had an impact on Arteta's side in the second half as they turned in a very decent defensive display to stop Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp's side had 67% of possession and 24 shots, to Arsenal's three but a mixture of good defending and good goalkeeping from Emiliano Martinez kept them ahead.
Triple H, real name Paul Levesque, is known for being a West Ham fan and the Hammers could probably do with a similar amount of inspiration from the King of Kings' music, or pretty much anything, as they continue to fight against relegation.
Next time Arsenal aren't doing well in the first half their manager could do a lot worse than reminding them that it's time to play the game...