Arsenal's 'own Astrid Wett' almost chokes on Champagne declaring 'title is ours'

Leah Ray's jubilant celebrations after Arsenal's 0-0 draw with Manchester City saw the Gunners fan almost choke on champagne after declaring the title is heading to North London

Posted Tuesday, April 02, 2024 by

Arsenal's 'own Astrid Wett' almost chokes on Champagne declaring 'title is ours'

Arsenal fan Leah Ray almost choked on champagne after celebrating the Gunners' 0-0 draw with Manchester City.

The adult content creator has devoted her social media to all things Arsenal and is right on cue to celebrate and chastise the North London club after wins and losses.

Despite the 0-0 draw in Sunday's (March 31) football main event at the Etihad Stadium, the brunette beauty was on hand to display her delight at the point Mikel Arteta's side gained - despite falling two points behind league leaders Liverpool.

Taking to X (formerly Twitter), Ray posted a video of herself with a bottle of champagne as she said: "Give us the Premier League title now" before popping it open and taking a huge swig, almost causing her to choke on the bottle of bubbly.

Sporting a Gunners top which got soaked by the champagne, Ray proceeded to jump up and down in a post which has since been watched over 440,000 times.

Ray captioned the post: "THE TITLE IS OURSSS - LETS GO ARSENAL" which was certainly met with less-than-enthused X users with one person replying: "I knew they would celebrate a draw" while another branded her champagne antics as: "Utterly embarrassing".

A third had quite the stern assessment of Ray as they commented: "Everything that's wrong with society is summed up here" while Chelsea fan Astrid Wett – who's often criticised for her own content around the Blues – weighed in on her social media rival as she said: "Arsenal fans are by far the most embarrassing".

While there was a lack of creativity and flair in the game between the two big hitters, the defensive brilliance of William Saliba and Gabriel Magalhaes was the topic of discussion as the pair managed to keep Erling Haaland under wraps throughout the game.

Former City defender Micah Richards admitted the Premier League top scorer had to "do more" in a game where he failed to register a single shot on target.

"I was disappointed with Man City in the final third," he said on Sky Sports. "They did a lot of great work until they got into the final third. Haaland made plenty of different runs but the link-up play was non-existent. Haaland needed to do more. Saliba and Gabriel had him in their pockets".

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