Video: Arsenal Release Hilarious Bloopers Reel of 2015 on YouTube

Video: Arsenal Release Hilarious Bloopers Reel of 2015 on YouTube

It’s been another consistent year for Arsenal in 2015.

The Gunners can look back at highlights which include retaining their FA Cup crown, another top four finish and even more minutes played in the last 16 of the Champions League.

And their performances in the opening half of the current Premier League season have them now marked as serious title contenders as they head into the New Year on top.

The players have also been enjoying themselves off the field, with most of their behind-the-scenes shenanigans being recorded by the club’s official YouTube channel.

The North London side have now released a video on the page showing their funniest off-field moments.

So, Arsenal fans, kick back and enjoy some of the most hilarious moments from your side’s year that you perhaps didn’t see.

You can expect to see them getting up to no good. Like when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain takes hold of microphone and begins to conduct his own post-match interviews on their team jet.

There’s also some side-splitting commentary from Hector Bellerin.

Check it out in the video below.

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