WATCH: Richard Dunne is having none of Arsenal's dressing room selfie celebrations 6 years ago

WATCH: Richard Dunne is having none of Arsenal's dressing room selfie celebrations

Richard Dunne and Rio Ferdinand weren't impressed with Arsenal's selfie antics following their victory over Ludogorets on Wednesday night.

The Gunners beat the Bulgarian champions 6-0 at the Emirates in a routine Champions League group stage victory, and posed for the now customary post-match dressing room photo.

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Mesut Ozil, who scored a hat-trick in the game, posted the image to his Twitter account.


Over on BT Sport, Richard Dunne and Rio Ferdinand weren't impressed with Arsenal revelling in such a routine victory.

"I think it's great when you win something, but not a group stage in a competition," Dunne told presenter Gary Lineker.

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"Arsenal have always been undone by not winning trophies."

"I have said it before, I wouldn't be doing that until I have got my hands on a trophy," Rio said, backing up his former QPR teammate.

"If that is what the boys want to do. It's a new age."

It's possible that if Twitter and selfies were as prominent a part of culture back when Rio and Dunne were in their pomp they would've been posing for selfies in the manner Arsenal do.

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But then again, Arsenal do seem to pose for selfies following every victory.

If they were to continue their good form and win an elusive league title, no-one could complain about how they choose to celebrate, and that appears to be the underlying point of Dunne and Ferdinand's view.

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