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West Brom Twitter Account Responds to Piers Morgan’s ‘Ole’ Tweet

West Brom Twitter Account Responds to Piers Morgan’s ‘Ole’ Tweet

West Brom’s Twitter account has just gained a few more fans after poking fun at Piers Morgan.

The official account of the Baggies has plenty to shout about after Tony Pulis’ men beat Arsenal 3-1 in the Premier League’s early afternoon game today.

They would have been delighted to see Craig Dawson score two and Hal Robson-Kanu get the other to seal a victory that moves the club closer to the European places.

Contrastingly, it’s another disaster for Arsenal and everyone involved with the club after suffering their sixth defeat in nine games.

Gunners fan Morgan is never far away where Arsenal are concerned and was tweeting his frustrations while watching the game:

Whoever runs West Brom’s Twitter account was obviously made aware of Morgan’s tweet – and decided to respond with one of their own after the game:

That made us – and thousands of other Twitter users – laugh. No doubt there were plenty more clapping at seeing the controversial Morgan get shut down.

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