By Daniel Feliciano

11th Mar, 2022 | 6:40am

Tyrone Mings mocks Leeds fans after Aston Villa thumping

Aston Villa captain Tyrone Mings has mocked Leeds fans online after a barrage of abuse during the 3-0 thumping at Elland Road on Thursday night.

Whites fans gave the England ace both barrels during the game, but he had the last laugh as goals from Philippe Coutinho, Matty Cash and Calum Chambers condemned them to defeat.

After the game, Mings took to his personal Twitter account to mock one specific fan who had sent him a message on the social media platform the day before the match.

Mings screenshotted a response to a tweet from the fan, who used the song that was ringing around Elland Road throughout.

The former Bournemouth man posted the image with a caption that said, “Photos that precede unfortunate events” followed up with an emoji.

Pain

Leeds fans had their fun early on in the game, ripping into Mings with chants and a hostile atmosphere but they’ll be hurting this morning after the team’s performance.

The side really struggled to create any chances and defensively were carved open at will almost and in the end, a 3-0 defeat was probably a little flattering on their behalf.

Mings was solid throughout himself and kept the team ticking over from the back, while Leeds fans quickly realised that the targeted abuse wasn’t having the desired affect.

Ultimately it was all in good jest, on both sides, and Mings is the one to get the final laugh, but Whites fans now need to refocus and start backing their side rather than targeting the opposition.

The players need all the help they can get with relegation now out of their control as they enter the final ten games of the season.

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