Arsenal star Kieran Tierney leaves fans in stitches

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Arsenal fans were left in stitches as Kieran Tierney made a cheeky joke about his injury on returning to action.

The Scot joined the Gunners this summer for £25m from Celtic, making his debut in the Carabao Cup against Nottingham Forest last night.

But Tierney arrived with a hip injury across the border.

He made an appearance for the under-23s, though, last week against Wolves.

The full-back helped his side to a 2-2 draw against Wolves in Premier League 2 Division 1 on Friday.

And footage has emerged of Tierney taking some time to joke about his injury.

In the clip, the match has finished at New Bucks Head stadium.

And the Scot is doing some weights exercises with team-mate Hector Bellerin.

To finish the drill, Tierney is working on his core strength – but falls to the ground.

Being moved around by the coach, he pretends to moan in pain.

And the 22-year-old comes out with a hilarious line.

“Oh no, my hip’s gone,” Tierney says.

This leaves Bellerin and the coaching staff in stitches as the Scot gets up.

This footage has been viewed more than 130,000 times since it was published on the club’s official YouTube channel yesterday.

And the Gunners faithful were in stitches at Tierney’s antics.

“Tierney is class,” one supporter said.

Another commented: “The banter from KT is lit.”

While a third simply added: “KT’s a baller.”

And a fourth added: “Smash it, KT.”

And fans were left stunned as Gabriel Martinelli’s goal in the Carabao Cup last night.

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