Well, it’s safe to say the first north London derby of the season didn’t disappoint us neutrals, as Arsenal clawed their way back from the clutches of defeat to draw 2-2 against Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
We imagine Arsenal Fan TV were gearing up for a tirade of expletives and their weekly provision of “bluds” and “bruvs” from the foul-tempered faithful Troopz, before Alexandre Lacazette and partner Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang saved the day (silver lining?).
As so many footballers do nowadays, Spurs’ Moussa Sissoko took to Instagram following the game to thank travelling fans for their support, and mourn the loss of two points, complete with a picture of him literally locking horns with Greek defender Sokratis…
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Spicy, eh? It’s just a shame the hardman facade was ruined by a friendly message from Arsenal’s Lacazette in the comments section – you know, the guy who helped fell your side…
Call us old fashioned but isn’t it a bit weird when players from sworn rivals communicate publicly straight after a game? At least pretend like you want to two-foot each other into oblivion.