Saturday was an emotional day for Aaron Ramsey.
Not only did the Welshman play in his last north London derby as an Arsenal player, but he also scored in his last north London derby as an Arsenal player.
Ramsey started the game at Wembley and in the 16th minute he latched on to Alexandre Lacazette's pass, dribbled round Hugo Lloris and passed into an empty net.
It was a trademark goal from Ramsey, whose bread and butter for the past 11 years at Arsenal has been making runs from midfield to score important goals.
Better yet, he appeared to shout "this is my f***ing pitch" as he celebrated, in reference to the amount of times he's scored at Wembley in the FA Cup and Community Shield.
Ramsey will move to Juventus on a free transfer this summer after signing a pre-agreement with the Old Lady in January. He's set to earn £400,000-per-week in Italy.
The 27-year-old claims he never wanted to leave, but ultimately he was given no choice after contract talks broke down last September.
He's given Arsenal fans a lot to remember him by down the years and against Spurs on Saturday he added yet another memory, which was made even sweeter by Peter Drury's commentary.
As Tottenham restarted the game, Drury eloquently said in the commentary box:
"One day next autumn, when Aaron Ramsey wakes up in his bed in Turin and feels a little bit lonely in a foreign land, he will warm himself with the memory of a goal against Spurs at Wembley."
Beautifully put. Drury's commentary has understandably hit Arsenal fans right in the feels, as you can see by the below reaction.News Now - Sport News