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AFTV’s coverage of Arsenal’s win over Leeds was hijacked by a fan’s “rude name” that left the presenters mortified.
The Gunners had just secured their first Premier League win in three games as they saw off Marcelo Bielsa’s side 4-2.
And the whole match was covered by the popular fan channel, who boast 1.31m subscribers to their YouTube channel.
But footage has emerged of their “Aftermath” show getting hijacked by one supporter’s rude name.
Ih the clip, the three presenters – Pippa Monique, Helen and Charlene from left to right – have just discussed the win and are moving onto the comments from fans.
And the third host reads out the name of the first user, innocently saying: “Ice Wallow C**”.
The other two immediately burst out into laughter and hold their hands to their heads as Charlene realises her mistake.
Apologising refusal, there is an awkward moment of laughter before the trio get back to the discussion.
This footage was soon shared on Twitter, where the Gunners faithful were also left in stitches at the X-rated slip-up.
“Done up like a kipper” one viewer said.
Another commented: “Baited.”
While a third added: “Ice Wallow C** 1-0 AFTV.”
The AFTV team were given something to smile about after a long time with the result in north London.
Captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang got the scoring started after just 13 minutes, driving into the penalty box for his first strike last month’s win over Newcastle.
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After being denied a penalty by VAR on the half-hour, Illan Meslier’s error saw Bukayo Saka win one at the second attempt as the Gabon international slotted it.
And full-back Hector Bellerin finished off a slick move just before the break to make it 3-0 at half time.
Aubameyang had his hat-trick two minutes after the restart for the three points – but Pascal Struijk and Helder Costa’s goals made it slightly uncomfortable until full time.
But a big moment for fans was the reunion between Nicolas Pepe and Ezgjan Alioski, three months after their last meeting which saw the Ivorian get a red card for a head-butt.
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