Piers Morgan shared a gleeful snap of himself and Frankie Dettori at the Emirates after Arsenal went into half time 3-0 up against Tottenham Hotspur.
Usually, the journalist and broadcaster can be seen criticising the Gunners on social media, but he could find no fault with their performance in the opening 45 minutes.
Mikel Arteta’s side started the game in electric form, with their North London rivals unable to keep up with them.
After only 12 minutes, Emile Smith-Rowe opened the scoring to give Arsenal the lead.
Either side of the half hour mark, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka added their names onto the scoresheet, as the home side headed into the break with a convincing and well-deserved lead.
Spurs have struggled in attack so far this season, with their woes clear to see.
They did pull one back in the second half, with Son Heung-Min’s shot too powerful for Aaron Ramsdale.
Prior to the international break, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side sat top of the Premier League table, with three wins in three games.
Meanwhile Arsenal sat bottom, with three consecutive defeats and pressure mounting on their manager.
Since then, the tables have turned, with the Gunners now ahead of their rivals.
In the two games prior to the derby, Arsenal had won back-to-back games 1-0 against Norwich and Burnley, while Spurs had lost two games in a row 3-0 against Crystal Palace and Chelsea.
Piers Morgan has been a fierce critic of Arteta at times this campaign, calling multiple times for the Spanish manager to be replaced.
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His feelings looked very different at the break on Sunday afternoon, as he posed for a selfie alongside Dettori.
He captioned the Twitter post: “Booooooom!!!!”
Morgan also joked about him and Gary Lineker finally agreeing on something.
The Match of the Day presenter wrote: “Good heavens, Spurs are a shambles.”