Arsenal fans were celebrating Craig Dawson's equaliser just as loudly as Leicester City fans as West Brom all but ended Tottenham Hotspur's hopes of winning the Premier League title on Monday night.
The Baggies left White Hart Lane with a well-earned point after Dawson scored at both ends. The result leaves Spurs seven points adrift of Leicester with only three games remaining. One more victory will do it for the Foxes.
Needless to say, Tottenham fans were inconsolable at full-time and dozens remained in the stands long after the final whistle, staring across the empty football pitch, hopelessly wishing for the clocks to rewind.
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Oh, they looked so sad...and Arsenal fans were absolutely loving it. A popular Twitter user called 'Triangle Gooners' quickly mocked up a montage of the saddest Tottenham fans and posted it onto the social media site. Now, it's in the process of going viral.
And here it is:
We especially like the last fan who appears to be a distant relative of Tottenham star Harry Kane.
Arsenal fans, who themselves have had to deal with plenty of heartache this season, were joyed to see their north London rivals joining them in the pits of trophy-less despair.
Here is just some of the reaction:
As it stands
Leicester need just three points to guarantee the title and their first opportunity to get it will come at Old Trafford on Sunday. They face a tough task beating Manchester United, but few would bet against them in this season of myriad shocks.
Should they fail to win, Chelsea could push them across the line by beating Tottenham on Monday night football. If Leicester better Tottenham's result, be it a win or draw, they will be crowned champions.
While Arsenal fans are laughing now, they themselves have no chance of winning the title after a dreadful 2016. They've won just five of their last 12 matches and suffered shock defeats to the likes of Swansea City (2-1) and Southampton (4-0). Their fight is primarily finishing in the top three ahead of Manchester City.
While Tottenham may not be winning the title, they can take comfort from the fact that they will most likely finish above Arsenal for the first time in 21 years.
It will be the first time in Arsene Wenger's reign that such a situation has occurred and plenty of Arsenal's fans think it is high time for the Frenchman to call it a day.