Ben Winston, you might not have heard of him, but he is the absolute anti-Piers on Twitter ... a vaccine we have all been waiting for.
Piers Morgan, hate him or love him he always gives us something to talk about.
Yesterday the US based broadcaster was putting Michael Owen in his place after the former Liverpool and Manchester United striker turned TV pundit suggested Morgan’s beloved Arsenal were not realistically a top four team - despite the fact The Gunners are now top of the table outright after the weekend fixtures.
Today however, it was Piers Morgan getting put in his place by Ben Winston. Winston is popular amongst fans of a different demographic as a film director and producer - most famously working with the immovable object that is One Direction.
But he is also footy mad, and has an Arsenal season ticket as well as appearing on The Arsenal Podcast.
And it appears Morgan misheard something Winston had said about the clubs star striker Olivier Giroud. Morgan thought he had outed Winston earlier this morning’s one of those Arsenal critics - as you can see by this Tweet.
Except Winston was not talking about Olivier Giroud ... he was talking about Johan Djourou - and I think all Arsenal fans can admit he is overpaid and s**t.
So Winston called him on it, before highlighting a few critical Giroud tweets of Morgan's himself....
@piersmorgan Darling Piers. Djourou was overpaid & underperformed. Giroud is a great no.2 striker. Ur tabloid misquoting days should b gone— Ben Winston (@benwinston) September 29, 2013
Any French followers seen Giroud play much? Beginning to seriously fear we've been sold another Chamakh-style dud. #Arsenal— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) October 27, 2012
Not convinced by Giroud. At all. Got 'The new Chamakh' written all over him. #Arsenal— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) September 18, 2012
@piersmorgan you truly are an embarrassment...Ramsey, Gnarby, Giroud... is there noone you won't troll, and nothing you won't get wrong?— Ben Winston (@benwinston) September 29, 2013
But at the end of the day, despite the clear bad blood between the two of them, they are both Arsenal fans and were both happy to see the Arsenal top of the Premier League at the end of the weekend.
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