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Arsenal star branded a ‘f***** p*****’ by Mia Khalifa after West Ham Premier League defeat

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Arsenal star Guendouzi was part of the Gunners side who slipped to a 1-0 Premier League defeat to West Ham on Saturday.

The north London giants went into the game in need of three points to boost their chances of finishing in the top four.

But Arsenal were sunk by Declan Rice’s goal, meaning their chances of securing Champions League football for next season were dealt a hammer blow.

Guendouzi appeared to go to ground easily on a couple of occasions throughout the Premier League clash.

And former adult TV star Khalifa took to Twitter to rip into the midfielder.

“F****** P**** @MatteoGuendouzi, IVE SEEN YOU GO DOWN MORE IN THIS MATCH THAN I DID IN 2014 #COYI,” she said.

Fans loved her comments, with one saying: “WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE.”

Another aded: “Tweets like this are 100% the reason why Karren Brady installed wifi at the London stadium.”

Meanwhile, Emery has moved to explain one of his selection decisions for the game.

Mesut Ozil missed out again, failing to even make the bench.

And Arsenal boss Emery said: "I decided the players who are the best for this match.

“We win with him and lose with him. Not one player is for sale.

"He’s working this week normally.

“Like I said we win with him and lose with him.

“Today the decision is to come with these players."

Arsenal are next in action against Chelsea next Saturday (5.30pm).




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