After Luke Shaw laid down the gauntlet, Arsenal attacker Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could not stop himself basking in the glory of victory.
Manchester United defender Shaw had sent a message to England pals Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jack Wilshere, and Calum Chambers ahead of Monday's FA Cup quarter-final at Old Trafford, worded 'Game On!'.
Shaw's message came back to bite him as Arsenal won 2-1, with the left-back substituted at half-time by manager Louis van Gaal.
His original tweet included the phrase 'Sorry Not Sorry', implying he would only be pretending if he said he was sorry to knock out the Gunners.
Oxlade-Chamberlain took his time to reply, waiting until after the game which Arsenal won 2-1. He included the same wording back in his tweet to Shaw, showing it was he who had the last laugh.
'The Ox' played a key role in the win, providing the assist for Nacho Monreal to score the opener, before going off injured early in the second half.