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Twitter reacts as Arsenal and Liverpool drop points in the Premier League

Premier League clubs Arsenal and Liverpool dropped points against West Ham and West Brom respectively, and here is how Twitter reacted

14 Dec 2017, 06:18 IST
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Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion - Premier League
Liverpool were left frustrated by West Brom at home

Arsenal and Liverpool have drawn their respective games for the second time in a row in the Premier League. The Gunners faced West Ham and the Reds faced West Brom on Wednesday. Both the sides couldn't score a goal and their games ended in 0-0 draws causing them to drop two points each.

Liverpool now sit fifth on the points table with 31 points, while Arsenal are placed seventh with just one point less. The clubs are separated on the table by Sean Dyche's Burnley, who are having a great season so far.

David Moyes' West Ham and Alan Pardew's West Brom have left the two clubs frustrated. The two sides were trolled mercilessly on twitter and here are some of those tweets:


Let us look at some tweets that would make Liverpool fans cry...

Guess it is not Liverpool's year...

Anfield not a fortress anymore?

Now let s look at some hilarious tweets related to Arsenal...

This tweet might look so ordinary, but in reality it's so funny...

Life as an Arsenal fan is not easy these days...

Atleast they won something...

Ouch! This must hurt...

Nothing is bigger for Arsenal than being the best club in North London

And it's time for some David Moyes tweets...

The truth has been revealed...

It seems that Moyes is turning Mark Noble into Andre Pirlo...

While Arsenal and Liverpool dropped points, their rivals Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspurs earned three points from their matches this gameweek. Manchester City comfortably sit on top of the points table followed by the Red Devils. The defending league champions Chelsea are behind them and Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs occupy the fourth place.

Liverpool and Burnley are placed fifth and sixth respectively despite being level with Spurs in terms of points. And Arsenal disappointingly sit seventh on the table as we approach the last game of the first half of the season.

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