Ex-Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong was naturally disappointed on Twitter as his former side fell to a 2-1 defeat at Dinamo Zagreb on Wednesday night.
It was more Champions League frustration for Arsenal fans as Arsene Wenger's men initially struggled, seeing Olivier Giroud get sent off and conceding two goals before Theo Walcott was able to pull one back.
And Frimpong, never quite one for many words, actually summed things up quite aptly...
Zagreb you know SMH— I AM FRIMPONG (@IAMFRIMPONG26) September 16, 2015
However, the 23-year-old (surprisingly, he is still that young) says there is one thing that can make him and other Arsenal fans happy again: a win against Chelsea on Saturday.
Indeed, the Gunners travel to Stamford Bridge to face Jose Mourinho's men in the Premier League this weekend and, before Wednesday night, many would have fancied this as the ultimate chance for Wenger to achieve his first ever league win against the Portuguese coach.
Now, though, Arsenal fans may once again be a little hesitant. Chelsea won 4-0 in the Champions League with a weakened side, while the north London club's same old problems resurfaced:
Beat Chelsea Saturday and I'll be all happy Again Night people— I AM FRIMPONG (@IAMFRIMPONG26) September 16, 2015
Will Frimpong's wishes come true?