Arsenal's official Twitter account took massive swipes at rivals Manchester United after the Gunners clinched a huge 2-0 victory at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
A long-range strike from Granit Xhaka in the first half and a penalty from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the second were enough to hand Arsenal all three points, helping the north Londoners leapfrog the Red Devils into fourth.
In the aftermath of the Gunners' victory, the club's Twitter went into overdrive, posting a series of tweets taking aim at United's appraisal of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and revelling in the club's own success.
Since the appointment of the Norwegian back in December, the Red Devils have been in impressive form, with fans of the Old Trafford club adapting the Stone Roses' Waterfall to Solskjaer.
"…and then the very next weekend we got another penalty - and lots of strikers wouldn't do this - but Auba stepped up again... and this time he gave us the W over United" #ARSMUNhttps://t.co/92Pyfzow7k— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) 10 March 2019
The song has become somewhat of a theme to United's revival under the former Cardiff City boss, with both fans and players alike taking up the opening line of 'Ole's at the wheel' as a slogan.
But after seeing Gunners boss Unai Emery lead the side to a 2-0 win, Arsenal's Twitter account modified the United fans' lyric to read 'Unai's at the wheel....'.
The Gunners also fired back at Jesse Lingard's Instagram comments that the Emirates Stadium was his 'dancefloor', after the England international's dance celebrations at the ground in previous clashes.
The German tweeted: "Dancefloor huh!? Superb performance! Brilliant result! Thank you Emirates Stadium! Proud to be a Gunner!"
With Sunday's victory, Unai Emery's side remain on course for a spot in the Premier League's top four, and a place in next year's Champions League.
Source : 90min