Arsenal star Konstantinos Mavropanos proved hes a Gooner at heart by cheering on his team-mates from the away end as they took on Chelsea.
The Greek youngster was left out of Unai Emerys squad to take on the Blues and the Gunners found themselves 1-0 down after nine minutes when Pedro converted Marcos Alonsos cross.
Emery was handed a nightmare start with Manchester City at home to open following a trip to Stamford Bridge and Gooners will need to give the Spaniard time to bed in at the club following 21 years of Arsene Wenger.
However, after a thrilling first half in which Arsenal came back from 2-0 down to level the game at 2-2, it was clear to see why Mavropanos was so intent on getting a ticket for the game.
Konstantinos Mavropanos (standing above the word pride) posing for photos with Arsenal fans in the away end at Stamford Bridge. pic.twitter.com/Bh4kFq8LFQ
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Pedro gave the Blues an early lead when he converted Marcos Alonsos cross and Alvaro Morata doubled his sides lead with a neat finish.
However, Henrikh Mkhitaryan reduced the effort when he smashed home five minutes before the interval and then he turned provider for Alex Iwobi to level the game.