Tottenham Hotspur gave Arsenal star Tomas Rosicky one of the memories he will cherish most.
For the Czech Republic attacker, the comeback against Spurs - when Arsenal reversed a 2-0 loss into a historic 5-2 victory - represents a "rare" and "one of the most amazing matches" he has ever competed in.
Arsenal actually beat Spurs 5-2 twice in the same calendar year - 2012 - as the club seemingly prospered from an Emmanuel Adebayor red card for the Lilywhites, which sparked a big victory for the Gunners.
Nine months earlier, though, Louis Saha and Adebayor gave Tottenham a 2-0 advantage within 34 minutes of action at the Emirates Stadium.
The response from Arsenal was fantastic as Bacary Sagna, Robin van Persie, Theo Walcott (twice) and, of course, Rosicky, all scored.
Rosicky said: "In the Tottenham game, where we were 2-0 down but won 5-2… that was one of the most amazing matches I have ever played.
"It didn't look well for us but then we came back and scored five in a row! It's rare… it's rare that you play a game like that and you feel the electricity from the fans, you know, the whole atmosphere.
"It was absolutely amazing," he concluded.