ARSENAL snapper Stuart MacFarlane has broken the internet by mercilessly trolling rivals Tottenham.
The Gunners famously won the title at White Hart Lane in 2004, with Thierry Henry and Ashley Cole posing with the trophy on the centre spot.
And MacFarlane, the club’s chief photographer, has fans in stitches after pointing out Spurs had put a plaque on the spot in their new home.
His tweet has already racked up 15,000 likes as Gooners revel in a piece of their history.
Tottenham finally opened their new stadium for a Premier League match last night, 690 days after moving out of White Hart Lane.
Fans for the clash against Crystal Palace flocked to the club’s new £1billion, 62,062-seater home to watch their stars in action – albeit eight months later than initially expected.
And as Daniel Levy and others took their seats, they were then treated to the emotional opening ceremony.
A video showing everything from the farewell to White Hart Lane to the new stadium’s importance in the community started it off.
“Welcome home,” the video finished, before a stunning 45-minute musical performance by a choir from Gladesmore Community School.
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The marching band then returned to welcome the players out of the tunnel to the chorus of “When The Spurs Go Marching In”.
And Lucianno Pavarotti lookalike, otherwise known as Go Compare advert star Wynne Evans, performed a rendition of “Glory, Glory Tottenham Hotspur”.
Finally, the spectacle was capped off by a rapid firework display – the creme de la creme of the whole show.