Premier League cult hero Charlie Austin is slammed by fans after ridiculing the Arsenal star

FANS have mocked Premier League cult hero Charlie Austin after he criticized Arsenal star Ben White.

Austin took issue with the Gunners’ media team singling out the defender for his praise during a spell against Everton.

Charlie Austin took a dig at Arsenal and Ben White


Charlie Austin took a dig at Arsenal and Ben WhitePhoto credit: Rex
White was praised by Arsenal's media team for a passage of play in which he gave the ball away


White was praised by Arsenal’s media team for a passage of play in which he gave the ball awayPhoto credit: Getty

The short clip showed White giving the ball away in Sunday’s clash before coming back for an interception seconds later.

A confused Austin pointed out that White had lost the ball and joked that his actions didn’t deserve praise.

He reacted to the video by saying: “Yes, well done, he ran back and intercepted a pass from the ball he just gave away ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚”

His comment was met with backlash from Arsenal fans, with many criticizing his work performance.

One fan said: “I can’t imagine you coming back like this.”

Another added: โ€œThis is embarrassing. You barely meet the Swindon guy so Iโ€™d leave the criticism alone for a while.โ€

A third wrote: “Imagine having to run back every time you give the ball away, you’d do the beep test ๐Ÿ˜‚”

And another commented: “You couldn’t run the entire length of the pitch ๐Ÿ˜‚”


Sunday League side East Malling FC had a back-and-forth with the striker on Twitter and ended the interaction by saying: “I wouldn’t even have you on a dual register guy ๐Ÿ˜‚”

This prompted one fan to say, “I had a great body bro.”

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