The big London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea has not disappointed so far, despite Wembley Stadium being empty because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Christian Pulisic lit up the national stadium finishing off a stunning move to give Chelsea the lead.
But Arsenal grew into the match as the half wore on and they deservedly levelled from the penalty spot after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was hauled down on his way into the box by Cesar Azpilicueta.
And in that moment for the penalty, Arsenal boss MIkel Arteta did something that annoyed a number of football supporters.
Azpilicueta was booked for the challenge, with Antonio Rudiger the covering defender, although with no real attempt made to win the ball there is an argument that Azpilicueta could have been sent off.
And Arteta made his feelings known, with replays showing the Arsenal boss calling for a penalty, before gesturing for his Spanish counterpart to be sent off by waving an imaginary card.
It is something that really grates with supporters when players call for other players to be sent off, and Arteta gesutring on the sidelines was not missed by fans on Twitter.
Among a great number of people responding to the pictures, many were Tottenham – natural for rivals of Arsenal – and Everton for whom Arteta actually played in his career.
Arteta did redeem himself later on when Azpilicueta went off injured, patting him as he went past to make sure he was okay.