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Liverpool’s Oxlade-Chamberlain’s post-match Instagram post will sting some Arsenal fans

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Liverpool beat Arsenal 3-1 on Saturday evening, and after the game many of their players took part in the post-match ritual of celebrating the win on Instagram.

For many of the Reds, a win against Arsenal provided an opportunity to gloat and celebrate the result, but one player who was more cautious with his social media usage after the game was Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

The midfielder, of course, spent six years at the Emirates Stadium before being sold to Liverpool in a deal worth around £40m.

He clearly still has a lot of respect for his former club, but his post on Instagram will certainly hurt some Gunners who are still fans of the 26-year-old.

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Top performance from the boys and an important 3 points on the weekend against tough opposition. #ynwa

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Chamberlain was gracious in victory. He stated that he was happy with the result and the performance, but he showed Arsenal plenty of respect by stating that they were a good side.

He seemingly still has a lot of love for the London club, but he showed where his affiliations lie by signing off the tweet with the hashtag YNWA.

He’s still a very popular figure amongst some sections of the Arsenal fanbase as evidenced by the comments on that post, but seeing him celebrate a victory against his old club and even add the famous Reds motto will undoubtedly sting for those fans.

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