Devastated Laura Woods Contemplates Deleting Twitter Account Following Man City's Victory over Arsenal, Damaging Their Title Charge
Following Arsenal's defeat against Manchester City on Wednesday night, Laura Wood has expressed her intention to quit using Twitter.
The top-of-the-table match between the two teams was highly anticipated, and it saw City demonstrate their superiority over Arsenal with a dominant performance that lasted from the beginning until the end.
Kevin De Bruyne scored a brace while John Stones and Erling Haaland contributed a goal each, leading to a resounding 4-1 triumph. Meanwhile, Rob Holding was the one who found the back of the net for the Gunners.
On Thursday morning, Woods made a humorous post on Twitter about her desire to give up using the social media platform.
She wrote: “*How to delete Twitter*. (Morning x).”
There was a considerable response to Woods' tweet.
Former boxer Curtis Woodhouse joked: “Everything ok hun? Inbox me.” Woods replied: “Things haven’t got that bad yet mate.”
*How to delete twitter*— Laura Woods (@laura_woodsy) April 27, 2023
(Morning 🥴 x)
When Woods called into the show, her colleagues Jamie O'Hara and Jason Cundy ridiculed her live on talkSPORT while fake laughter played in the background.
O’Hara and Cundy said to their producer: “Terrible stuff, you said you were going to be nice to her!”
Woods then said: “It’s the hope that kills you. A few minutes in it was over and they just passed it around.
“We’re not even in this, we’re not even participants in the game. I was gutted.”
Cundy then added: “They’ve been left vulnerable and City are like a lion, there’s an impala with a bad leg.
“They come and get it round the neck and, ‘chomp’, it’s over.”
Following their loss against City, Arsenal's lead at the top of the Premier League table has shrunk to a mere two points.
With two games in hand, City has regained control of the situation and is focused on winning their third consecutive league title.
As for upcoming matches, Arsenal is scheduled to play Chelsea next Tuesday while City will face Fulham on Sunday.