Arsenal legend Ian Wright hits back at Piers Morgan over Liverpool tweet

Ian Wright was not pleased about Piers Morgan's comments about the FA Cup on Twitter on Friday...

Ian Wright has hit back at Piers Morgan on Twitter after the Arsenal shareholder claimed that the FA Cup is not a “big trophy” any more.

Morgan took to the social network to claim that Liverpool’s selection of non-first-team regulars for Friday’s third-round clash at Exeter demonstrates how the competition has declined in stature.

Arsenal have won the FA Cup for the last two years running and kick off their pursuit of a third straight title when they host Sunderland at Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

However, Morgan, who has never been one to keep his views about Arsenal to himself on social media, caused a stir on Twitter and prompted a response from former Gunner Wright.

Morgan tweeted on Friday morning:

Wright then replied to the former Daily Mirror editor:

To which Morgan then responded with another update:

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Arsenal are currently two points clear at the top of the Premier League table.

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