Arsenal fans blast ‘fraud’ David Luiz as Everton open scoring after 50 seconds

Arsenal could not have wished for a worse start at the Emirates this afternoon after Everton took the lead inside 60 seconds.

Carlo Ancelotti's side earned a free-kick in the Gunners' half and sent it long, causing panic in the Arsenal penalty area.

David Luiz went to head the ball clear, but instead saw it hit his shoulder and spin towards Bernd Leno.

The Brazilian tried to make up his for error by heading the ball clear a second time but was beaten by Dominic Calvert-Lewin, whose bicycle kick flew beyond Leno and into the back of the net.

Arsenal fans, many of whom hadn't even taken their seats for the start of the clash, took to social media afterwards to voice their discontent at Luiz.

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"I just want to ask David Luiz "why?". Why anything? Why everything?" one said.

"David Luiz should've been named Calamity by his parents," joked a second.

"Honestly wtf David Luiz what a fraud," a third said.

"David Luiz is so so so bad," a fourth commented.

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"Wtf just happened there? David Luiz wake tf up," wrote one.

David Luiz in s*** at defending shocker," a sixth commented.

Earlier this week, Liverpool legend Paul Ince had his say about Luiz, who he labelled an imposter.

"You look at David Luiz, he was terrible under Unai Emery," he said.

"You look at him now and all of a sudden leadership he’s pulling people in saying well done, well done.

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"He wasn’t doing that before, he looks like an impostor now.

"But this is what Arteta demands from him, if you are going to be in that central role you are going to have to show leadership.

"That’s what he’s doing. It’s not just the work they are doing on the pitch it’s what goes on off it too.

"When it all comes together you will see a proper Arsenal team."

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