Brighton have brutally trolled Arsenal with their latest social media post ahead of the two sides' fixture this weekend.
The South Coast side tweeted an image of their star striker Neal Maupay making a 'crying' pose as Brighton captioned the post with shifty eyes emoji.
The tweet was in reference to the brawl that broke out between the sides during their 2020 clash.
Brighton were able to snatch the three points through Maupay when the Frenchman found the net in the 90th minute.
However, the clash was overshadowed by the ugly scenes that were sparked by Maupay's winner two seasons ago.
Shortly after project restart, the two sides met, behind closed doors, at the Amex Stadium in June 2020.
Maupay had been at the centre of controversy just before half-time when he challenged Arenal's keeper, Bernd Leno, for a through ball.
The clash resulted in an injury so bad for Leno – who was stretchered off – that BT Sport refused to show the replays of the incident.
And after escaping red, Maupay cooly slotted the ball home in the 95th minute, sparking outrage from the Arsenal players.
Matteo Guendouzi was spotted grabbing Maupay by the throat as a brawl ensued between the two teams.
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"At half-time, I went to Mikel Arteta to apologise, because I never meant to injure their keeper," Maupay told BT Sport after the game.
"I have been through a bad injury myself and I never meant to hurt him.
"Some of the Arsenal players need to learn a bit of humility.
"They were talking a lot in the first half, and in the second half they got what they deserved."
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