Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Brazilian storms down the tunnel after substitution in 4-0 win

Brazilian midfielder Denilson stormed straight down the tunnel after being substituted in Arsenal's 4-0 win over a Malaysia XI.

The midfielder was replaced 20 minutes into the second half after only coming on at half time.

Apparently angered by Arsene Wenger decision, he went straight down the tunnel.

Arsenal won the game easily. Aaron Ramsey put the Gunners ahead from the penalty spot. It was followed up by a first half Theo Walcott strike, after the Welshman had played him through.

Wenger made eight substitutions at half time and Arsenal added to their goal tally with Carlos Vela chipping the keeper.

Tomas Rosicky put the icing on the cake with a late goal.

But Denilson's actions over shadowed the victory and surely means his Arsenal career is coming to an end.



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