Troy Deeney

Arsenal fan asked Watford’s Troy Deeney about his ‘cojones’ after penalty miss

Arsenal vs Watford’s Troy Deeney

Arsenal Fan TV recorded the moment one Arsenal fan tried to troll Watford’s Troy Deeney after Sunday’s Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium.

The Gunners beat the Hornets 3-0 on home soil to maintain their remote hopes of a top four finish.

Petr Cech also recorded his 200th Premier League clean sheet after he saved his first penalty since joining Arsenal.

In the second half, Cech correctly guessed the right way to deny Deeney scoring from the spot.

Deeney: ‘How are your cojones?’

When the match ended, Deeney engaged with fans outside the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal Fan TV regulars DT and Troopz were amongst the fans who spoke to Deeney after the game.

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However one Arsenal fan couldn’t resist throwing Deeney’s famous “cojones” comment back in the striker’s face.

To recap, early in the season Deeney slammed the Gunners on BT Sport, claimed that Arsenal don’t have the “cojones” to be a top team anymore.

As Deeney was signing autographs and taking pictures with fans, one voice shouted out : ‘How’s the cojones today?’

Deeney hit back instantly: ‘Mine are as big as yours.’

Watch the Arsenal Fan TV video below.

Arsenal vs AC Milan

On Thursday night at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal will be looking to complete their Europa League last-16 win over AC Milan.

Arsenal are in the box set to progress to the quarterfinals following a 2-0 win at the San Siro.

Goals from Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Aaron Ramsey in Italy handed Arsene Wenger a huge win against the Rossoneri.

Arsenal are sixth in the Premier League. Their top four chances seem to be remote.

That means that Arsenal’s best avenue for qualifying for next season’s Champions League would be to win this season’s UEL.

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