Arsenal may not have won the Premier League title for a decade, but the north London club have been able to top the table in the social media stakes thanks to the excellent content they produce for supporters.
Our hats go off once again to those running Arsenal’s social department after they produced another instalment of ‘UnClassic Commentary’ where two of the club’s players offer analysis on a Gunners game of the past.
Lukas Podolski and Santi Cazorla were the Arsenal equivalent of Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend on this occasion - although far better, we’re sure you will agree - with the pair providing the commentary for last season’s win over West Ham.
It was a game in which Podolski was afforded a rare start by Arsene Wenger, responding with a brace in a 3-1 victory, with the German’s first goal of the evening coming following a typically incisive pass from Cazorla.
Arsenal had actually fallen behind at the Emirates Stadium after Matt Jarvis scored a header, a moment that left our two commentators stunned and, as Cazorla put it, resulted in the manager looking rather ‘nervous’.
But Podolski restored parity after a neat turn and finish from Cazorla’s finish before Olivier Giroud netted with a wonderful strike and the former completed the scoring with his second of the game.
This type of performance from Podolski suggests he shouldn’t give up his day job and move behind the microphone on a full-time basis, although the lack of chances at Arsenal may mean a career - or perhaps club - change is required.