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Everton troll Piers Morgan with a Sean Dyche meme after the Arsenal fan claimed his side lost to ‘one of the worst teams in the Premier League’ in shock defeat at Goodison Park
- Everton trolled Piers Morgan with a meme of Sean Dyche on Twitter
- Morgan had expressed his disappointment following Arsenal’s defeat
- A header from James Tarkowski was the differece between the two sides
Everton have taken to social media to troll Arsenal fan Piers Morgan following their shock 1-0 win over the Gunners on Saturday.
The Toffees kicked off the new regime under manager Sean Dyche as they threw the form book out of the window to claim their fourth win of the season.
James Tarkowski’s header on the hour mark proved to be the difference, denting Arsenal’s title hopes in the process.
Shortly after the match, Arsenal fan Piers Morgan slammed his side for a a ‘dismal’ performance against ‘one of the worst teams in the Premier League’.
He tweeted: ‘Dismal Arsenal performance today – we’ve been bullied around by one of the worst teams in the Premier League. Inexplicable.’
Everton trolled Arsenal fan Piers Morgan on Twitter following their victory over the Gunners
Everton quote tweeted Morgan’s tweet with a gif of manager Sean Dyche smiling
The Toffees got a 1-0 win in their first game under Sean Dyche, with James Tarkowski scoring
Everton replied with a meme of manager Dyche smirking on the pitch during his time in charge of Burnley.
Dyche got off to the perfect start as he looks to turn Everton’s fortunes around and help them to avoid relegation from the top flight.
Morgan tweeted to express his disappointment with Arsenal’s performance on Saturday
Everton have taken just 18 points from their first 21 games, with their struggles leading to Dyche’s predecessor Frank Lampard being sacked.
Arsenal, meanwhile, will be determined to return to winning ways when they host Brentford next weekend.
The Gunners are five points clear of Manchester City at the top of the table but they could see their lead cut to two points when City face Tottenham on Sunday.