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Bellerin gives Spurs fan the finger after “Champions League you f***** it up” taunt

Date Posted,May 21, 2017

Arsenal star Hector Bellerin has given a Tottenham fan the finger after being taunted about missing out on Champions League football in his car.

The Gunners missed out on the top four for the first time in 19 years as they finished a point behind Liverpool .

To make matters worse, Spurs finished above their north London rivals for the first time in 20 years.

The defender poses for a picture through his glamorous 4×4’s window while waiting in traffic – originally giving the ‘well-wisher’ a thumbs up.

Hector Bellerin gives the thumbs up to the ‘harmless’ fan (Photo: @alfiebartram14/Twitter)
The fan serenades Hector Bellerin with the abusive chant (Photo: @alfiebartram14/Twitter)
Hector Bellerin reacts by flicking the bird (Photo: @alfiebartram14/Twitter)

But as the supporter starts to record the Premier League ace, he starts to chant “Champions League you f***** it up”.

Duped Bellerin responds by sticking up his middle finger and driving off.

The Gunners man decided to get his own back when Twitter user Alfie Bartram stuck the footage on social media by replying “@ me when you win something..” complete with a pair of eyes.

Hector Bellerin handed Arsenal the lead against Everton (Photo: Rex Features)
…but it was in vain as Liverpool won at home (Photo: REUTERS)

Arsene Wenger’s side completed their league campaign with a 3-1 victory over Everton – with Bellerin grabbing the opener with his first goal of the season.

But it wasn’t enough as Liverpool eased to a 3-0 win over Middlesbrough to book their place at Europe’s top table.

Bellerin can get one up on Spurs as they face Chelsea in the FA Cup final next weekend.

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