Budget airline Ryanair have savagely trolled Arsenal following their 4-1 thrashing at title rivals Manchester City.
The low-cost carrier has become well known for its social media butchery aimed at the government, passenger complaints and more recently, football clubs.
And now Mikel Arteta’s side have fallen foul of Ryanair’s new found Twitter trolling by using an image of Gunners fan and social media star KSI.
If defeat at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday wasn’t hard enough, Ryanair took it upon themselves to rub Arsenal’s noses in it a little more with a tweet sent around 30 minutes after the final whistle.
The tweet contains an image of KSI edited onboard a Ryanair flight, holding a bottle of his Prime energy drink.
The Prime logo was then replaced by the words ‘bottled it’ alongside the caption: “Limited edition made with real Gunner tears.”
The tweet had Ryanair followers in hysterics but as expected and in the aftermath of Wednesday defeat, some Gunners fans were unable to see the funny side.
An Arsenal fan tweeted: “Ryanair man, I’ve supported and used this business for years. How you gonna do us like this???”
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One Twitter user wrote: “Ryanair needs to be renamed to Savageair.”
Another wrote; “This is why I fly Ryanair.”
A separate tweet read: “HAHAHAHA, credits to @Ryanair you guys are hilarious.”
Arsenal fan Piers Morgan is in agreement with the airline after he too admitted Arteta’s side had ‘bottled’ their opportunity to end a 19-year wait for the Premier League title.
But Morgan’s hopes have not fully evaporated as the Gunners still have five league games to play in the hope they can pip City to the title.
Pep Guardiola’s side sit two-points adrift of Arsenal but have two games in hand as the title race enters its final stages.