Chelsea fans has once again stirred up their bristling rivalry with their Arsenal counterparts by defacing the statue of Tony Adams outside the Emirates Stadium.
In the wake of the Blues fourth Premier League title win this season a few supporters sought to rub it in the faces of their London competitors.
And in a picture doing the rounds on social media, two men can be seen in Chelsea attire in-front of the Arsenal ground with a faux Premier League trophy whilst they appear to have a flag over the club statute to iconic captain Tony Adams and posed for a snap.
This latest barb comes in a season that has seen a number of highly publicised and viral disagreements between the two sides.
A group of Blues fans calling themselves the ‘C-Team’ recently played a practical joke outside the Gunners ground by covering up a massive ‘Arsenal’ sign with billboards to spell out Chelsea, before letting off blue smoke bombs.
Meanwhile, harsh words have flown from either trench of the two clubs’ manager, with Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho trading blows through the media.
Mourinho even used his speech at Chelsea’s end of season awards dinner to once again criticise the Gunners playing style this in the wake of the Emirates crowd chanted ‘Boring, boring Chelsea’ following their 0-0 stalemate earlier in the campaign – perhaps showing once again just how graciously he can accept criticism.