In October Watford forward Troy Deeney accused the Arsenal team of not having enough “cojones” on the pitch.
The comments were made after the Hornets caused an upset by claiming a 2-1 win over the Gunners at Vicarage Road.
Arsene Wenger’s side were leading by a Per Mertesacker goal until the 72nd minute when Deeney netted from the penalty spot.
Tom Cleverley snatched a winner in the 92nd minute, much like Arsenal did in Sunday’s Premier League game against Burnley at Turf Moor.
Aaron Ramsey won a penalty in injury time and Alexis Sanchez converted from the spot to give the North London outfit all three points.
After the match, Hector Bellerin, who played the entire 90 minutes of the contest, took to Twitter to deliver his post-match thoughts.
Alongside a picture of the team celebrating the winner, the right-back took a sly dig at Deeney.
— Héctor Bellerín (@HectorBellerin) November 26, 2017
Arsenal currently sit fourth in the league table, one point above arch rivals Tottenham Hotspur and four adrift of second-placed Manchester United.
Manchester City lead the way with an eight-point advantage over the rest of the field.