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Ivan Toney gets mocked by Gabriel Magalhaes on social media after Brentford’s loss against Arsenal

After the Bees shocked Arsenal, Toney poked fun at the North London outfit with a savage dig on Twitter.

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Ivan Toney has been ruthlessly mocked by Gabriel Magalhaes after Arsenal’s comfortable win over Brentford on Sunday. Arsenal climbed to the top of the Premier League by beating Brentford 3-0 at the Gtech Community Stadium.

The Gunners registered their sixth win in seven league matches this season as William Saliba, Gabriel Jesus and Fabio Vieira netted the ball. It’s a far cry from last season’s result, where Brentford stunned Arsenal 2-0 on the opening day of the 2021/22 Premier League campaign.

After Brenfort’s win over Arsenal last year, Ivan Toney poked fun at the North London outfit with a savage dig on Twitter. He tweeted: “Nice kick about with the boys. @Brentford.” Over a year on from the time of that tweet, Gabriel has used the post against Toney – posting the same message following his side’s big win on Sunday. Following their victory, he Tweeted, “Nice kick about with the boys. @Arsenal.”

It’s not the first time that Toney’s tweet has been used against him by an Arsenal player. After Arsenal beat Brentford at home last season, then-player Alexandre Lacazette shared the same message.

And before that game, Mikel Arteta used Toney’s tweet to motivate his team ahead of the fixture.

Speaking in the documentary ‘All or Nothing: Arsenal’, the Spaniard said: “Before I go, because it’s still in my stomach and I have managed to keep it for four months, five months, six months.

“This is Toney after the game when we played at Brentford. You know what he did? You know his tweet? Nice kick about with the boys this afternoon.

“So today they play in our house, guys there is only one team on that f**king pitch – and it’s us! Only one team, it’s like they don’t play football.

“We take that f**king ball, we take the game, we go for it and let’s f**king win this game!”

A win on Sunday would send Arsenal into the first international break of the season sitting top of the Premier League. That would be in stark contrast to a year ago when they went into it bottom of the pile after those three bruising defeats on the spin. They feel like they have a point to prove at Brentford and a victory will certainly banish some painful demons for Arteta’s side.

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