A look at some of the best social media posts from Arsenal players this week.
It was a funny old week with Arsenal starting last weekend off with an emphatic 5-0 win in the FA Cup away to Southampton.
— Héctor Bellerín (@HectorBellerin) January 28, 2017
— Shkodran Mustafi (@MustafiOfficial) January 28, 2017
— Per Mertesacker (@mertesacker) January 28, 2017
— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) January 28, 2017
— Theo Walcott (@theowalcott) January 28, 2017
However, the celebrations quickly turned to groveling when a rotated team lost 2-1 at home to Watford in the Premier League on Tuesday.
— Alexander Iwobi (@alexiwobi) January 31, 2017
Really disappointing result last night. All focus on the weekend and bouncing back 💪🏽 pic.twitter.com/yEqeNbjhKJ
— Alex Ox-Chamberlain (@Alex_OxChambo) February 1, 2017
Frank Lampard retired from football this week and a couple of Arsenal players took to social media to congratulate the former Chelsea hero on his glowing career.
One of the best players ever to play the game! Congratulations to your incredible career! pic.twitter.com/RrDXThKzV1
— Petr Cech (@PetrCech) February 2, 2017
The best goal scoring midfielder to have ever played in the premier league. As a kid growing up was a player I want… pic.twitter.com/AvXJFQF9iN
— Jack Wilshere (@JackWilshere) February 2, 2017
Mohamed Elneny celebrated his one year Arsenal-iversary (and Egypt making the AFCON final).
— Mohamed ELNeny (@ElNennyM) January 31, 2017
مبروك لمصر we are Egypt 💪 pic.twitter.com/Oj5iRLl5QX
— Mohamed ELNeny (@ElNennY) February 2, 2017
Famous Arsenal fan, Roger Federer, won the Australian Open and seeing as he’s good mates with a few of the players, they were pretty pleased with the outcome…
— Shkodran Mustafi (@MustafiOfficial) January 29, 2017
Oh, and Robert Pirez, who often trains with the team at London Colney, gave Mustafi a piggy back.
— Shkodran Mustafi (@MustafiOfficial) January 30, 2017
Finally, here’s an honorable mention for Granit Xhaka trying to make Alex Iwobi go to bed while he was Facebook live streaming the night before the Watford game.