Arsenal are into the FA Cup final after they clawed their way past Wigan Athletic at Wembley. They defeated the reigning champions on penalties this evening - with Santi Cazorla putting away the winning spot-kick.
But the win may have given them safe passage to the final - but the performance was not up to scratch.
And one person who was not impressed with how Arsenal earned their victory was former Bolron Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba.
Muamba was a youngster at Arsenal - playing for the club from 2002 until a switch to Birmingham City in 2007.
Of course Muamba, who went on to play for Bolton Wanderers, is now retired at the age of 25. He suffered a heart attack whilst playing for The Trotters in an FA Cup match against Spurs in March 2012.
Despite dreams of a comeback he never did return to action and retired in August of the same year.
Nowadays doing some TV work as well as working toward a journalism degree he is also active on Twitter.
And this is what he thought of the performance...
I feel for all the Arsenal fans, because this is not good enough. Arsenal fans deserve better then what they getting on pitch.— fabrice muamba (@fmuamba) April 12, 2014
Don't take anything away from Wigan. They have been super in this game. Win or lose Wigan fans should be pride of they team performance.— fabrice muamba (@fmuamba) April 12, 2014
Arsenal really need to play better then that if they going to win the FA cup.— fabrice muamba (@fmuamba) April 12, 2014
And it is hard not to agree with Muamba.
The Gunners were not great today, and if they perform in a similar fashion to the way they did this afternoon, Hull City - should they get by Sheffield United - will beat them.
They must improve - and hopefully imminent returns from injury will help matters.