- Willian was not in action as Chelsea condemned Arsenal to a comprehensive defeat at the Emirates
- However, the winger appeared to follow the action on social media as he 'liked' one of Chelsea's celebration post
- The Brazilian swapped Chelsea for Arsenal last season but has not had a significant impact on the Gunners
William has risked the anger of Arsenal fans after reacting to a celebration post shared by Chelsea's official social media account after the London derby.
Chelsea, who are the reigning European champions outplayed the Gunners at the Emirates to underline their EPL title credentials as they silenced their rivals 2-0.
Marquee summer signing Romelu Lukaku and Reece James scored a goal each to condemn Arsenal to their second defeat of the season.
The result also meant the north Londoners are yet to score a single goal this season having kicked off their campaign with another 2-0 defeat against Brentford.
While Willian, who swapped Chelsea for Arsenal missed the mouthwatering clash after recently testing positive for coronavirus, he was quite active on social media from where he appeared to follow the action.
The Brazilian was among thousands of Chelsea fans who liked the club's celebration post on Instagram, much to the chagrin of Arsenal supporters.
The 33-year-old winger moved to the Emirates last season on a free transfer but he is yet to leave a mark.
So horrendous his first season was that reports emerged Arsenal were contemplating offloading him.
Fans confront Arteta
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Mikel Arteta was on the evening of Sunday, August 22, reportedly harassed by Arsenal supporters outside the Emirates Stadium following the Gunners' 2-0 comprehensive defeat to Chelsea.
Angry Arsenal fans mobbed the driver's window of Mikel Arteta as he attempted to leave Emirates Stadium.
Some of the supporters could be heard asking the Spanish tactician to leave the club following the humiliating defeat against Chelsea.
One supporter could be heard asking:
"Arteta, was that good enough? Please leave the club."
Another man said:
"Arteta, do yourself a favour. Mikel, do yourself a favour, please leave."
The loss was Arsenal's second of the season, with the side also yet to score a single goal this term.