Wojciech Szczesny selfie: Arsenal goalkeeper 'does an Ellen DeGeneres' on White Hart Lane pitch after Gunners victory
Arsenal won the derby 1-0 thanks to Tomas Rosicky's rocket of a strike
Here is Wojciech Szczesny channeling his inner Ellen DeGeneres, and taking a 'selfie' to celebrate Arsenal's 1-0 north London derby victory over Tottenham Hotspur.
In fact, he was in such as rush to take the picture, which he later uploaded to his Facebook page, he didn't even leave the White Hart Lane pitch.
The Oscars host DeGeneres crashed Twitter a couple of weeks ago after her picture, which included Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper, became the most retweeted image ever, with over 2.5 million users sharing the picture inside two hours.
Arsenal kept up pace with the Premier League title contenders with the win, leaving them four points behind Chelsea, who they face next Saturday, with a game in hand.
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