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Ben White follows Theo Walcott's lead and trolls Spurs fans during Arsenal's win

Tottenham fans during Arsenal's North London Derby victory.The Gunners claimed bragging rights over their rivals with a 3-1 Premier League win at the Emirates on Saturday (October 1). White played his part at right-back before coming off in the dying embers of the match.As he made his way around the edge of the pitch and back towards the dugouts, he was heckled by the visiting Spurs fans.

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