Arsenal legend Thierry Henry was critical of Real Madrid striker Javier Hernandez's celebration for the club on Wednesday night - and even fans of the Gunners have taken to Twitter to criticise him.
It was the first goal Hernandez had scored for Real in months, and has single-handedly rescued his loan spell at the club. The striker missed two chances earlier in the game, and would have been the target of criticism rather than adulation had he not bagged the late winner to send his side into the semi-finals.
Henry felt Hernandez should have celebrated with his teammate rather than running off 'as if he had won the World Cup'.
The former French international's stance saw plenty of flak come his way, with TalkSport branding the pundit a 'hypocrite', having once celebrated his handball which killed off Ireland's World Cup qualifying chances, running off on his own to do so.
Henry even took to Twitter himself to try and justify his comments, refusing to back down from his opinion.
He was certainly on the wrong side of public opinion though, with even Arsenal fans criticising him for his stance on Hernandez, a Manchester United owned forward, which in itself tells you just how wrong he got it.
Here is a look at the reaction of Gooners to Henry's comments...
Thierry Henry is an #afc legend, but he's a pretty poor pundit unfortunately.— Jonathon Prested (@whollyflush) April 23, 2015
Thierry Henry is a legend. I loved him while he played for Arsenal. However, I don't have to accept every of his opinions as a pundit.— ADEYINKA (@Yakis__) April 23, 2015
Thierry Henry is an Arsenal legend, but what the hell was he on about last night?!— Carl Bövis (@CarlBovis_AFC) April 23, 2015
Henry I love you and you were always right but about Chicharito, you are wrong a thousand times— aZu (@itz_azu) April 23, 2015
Love Henry more than my life but those comments regarding Chicharito— Arsenal Edition (@ArsenalEdition) April 23, 2015
I love Thierry Henry but he was bang out of order having a go at Chicharito for celebrating his goal— James Feetham (@JFeetzz) April 23, 2015
Not quite everybody could quite bring it on themselves to critique the Frenchman however...