It’s the 97th minute. 10 man Arsenal have just been drawn level by a penalty. An offside Laurent Koscielny is kicked in the head and referee Jon Moss points to the spot.
The first choice penalty taker, Olivier Giroud, has been taken off, so it’s down to Alexis Sanchez, a man who has never scored a penalty for Arsenal.
A man, in fact, who has missed penalties for Arsenal. Do you go hard and left? Hard and right? Low? High? No, you chip it down the middle and go celebrate near a banner with your dogs knowing you’ve won the three points and won the game 2-1.
Balls of steel. And Arsene Wenger was asked about if afterwards.
“Yeah it was cool,” he said, “too cool!
“He’s missed penalties for us. He was in fact not the first penalty taker for us – it was Giroud. He was second, but as long as you score, you just have to accept it and say ‘well done’.
Well done. And thanks. And nice one. And cheers. And I love you. And ‘Do you want some more puppies? We’ll crowd fund some puppies for you!’
What a finish. What a man. What a dog banner.