ARSENAL have been brutally trolled by Ryanair following their defeat to Manchester City.
The airline company even used a photo of Gooner KSI to poke fun at the Gunners.
Mikel Arteta's side were outplayed in the title clash with City winning 4-1.
Ryanair reacted by sharing a photoshopped snap of KSI on board one of their planes, carrying his signature 'Prime' bottle.
But they also photoshopped the energy drink, who partner Arsenal, to make it read 'bottled it'.
They added a caption which read: "Limited edition made with real Gunner tears".
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KSI replied saying "funny", but indicated he was hurting behind the smile.
Fans are joking that Arsenal have bottled winning the league in the outbreak of their Etihad defeat.
Earlier this month they were eight points ahead of Pep Guardiola's side – that gap is now down to just two points with Arsenal having played two games more.
After beating Brighton on New Year's Eve Arsenal had 43 points from just 16 games – no team with that amount of points at that stage of the season has failed to win the title.
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Per Opta, they are also the first side to go four consecutive Prem games winless while starting the day top for each match since Arsenal themselves in March 2008.
According to a supercomputer there is just a ten per cent chance Arsenal will win the league.
It tips the Gunners to earn just nine more points from their five remaining games, which could mean defeats to Chelsea, Newcastle, orBrighton.
City goalkeeper Ederson also trolled Arsenal fans by turning to the away end and pretending to cry after the full-time whistle.
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