Juventus used all their experience to from from behind to beat Tottenham 2-1 at Wembley last night and progress to the last eight of the Champions League.
Son Heung-min’s scuffed first half finish left the Old Lady needing two goals to progress but they picked them up in a devastating three-minute period between the 64th and 67th minute.
Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri made two quick-fire tactical substitutions just past the hour mark, switching to three at the back, and it unsettled Tottenham just long enough for Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala to strike.
After that, the Italians, marshalled by Gigi Buffon and Giorgio Chiellini, showed how adept they are at killing a game off and defended their goal manfully to eliminate Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
On the bench for all of this was former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny, who became a cult hero among Gunners fans during his time at the club – mainly for how much he hates Spurs.
The Polish goalkeeper couldn’t resist another pop at Arsenal’s North London rivals following Wednesday night’s game, taking aim on Instagram.
A post shared by Wojciech Szczesny (@wojciech.szczesny1) on
Unsurprisingly, Arsenal fans were loving it and took to Twitter to react in their numbers. We’ve taken a closer look at some of the best of the reaction.
I love Szczesny https://t.co/bOQCt54flM
— arseblog (@arseblog) March 7, 2018
He doesn't miss an opportunity to stick it to them lot. pic.twitter.com/Dtcav8AGXp
— Den ?? ?? ?? ?? (@LePhantomDennis) March 7, 2018
@13Szczesny13 you’re an Arsenal legend. Keep up the good banter ??
— Arsenal steve ⚽️ (@stevel121) March 7, 2018
We miss u bro
— GoonerWA (@Zimex15) March 8, 2018
Never shoulda let him go
— Alastair Brokish (@AlastairBroski) March 7, 2018
We sold this guy for helmet wearing Hilario and another keeper who doesn’t have a neck.
— Sudarshan Selvarajan (@soosgunner4) March 7, 2018
You can take him out of Arsenal but you can't take Arsenal out of him.
— Carlito El Gööner (@Carlito_777) March 7, 2018
Come home @13Szczesny13
— Mr Death (@TheReaperMkII) March 8, 2018
I still don't understand why we sold him. One of Arsene's biggest mistakes.
— Ratan Postwalla (@ratanpostwalla) March 7, 2018
— Ron (@Ronpf14) March 7, 2018
— Scott Patrick (@ManlyKnitter) March 8, 2018