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Arsenal fans ask ‘did we win League?’ as they light flares and party outside Emirates after derby day win over Tottenham

ARSENAL fans wondered if their team had won the Premier League after footage emerged of Gooners lighting flares and partying outside the Emirates.

The jubilant atmosphere came after they demolished bitter rivals Tottenham 3-1 in the North London derby on Sunday.

Thousands of Gooners gathered around the stadium after the final whistle.

A red flare was let off in the middle of the group.

And the crowd bounced in unison as they belted out the chant: "Tottenham get battered everywhere they go!"

A video uploaded by Now.Arsenal was liked more than 4,400 times.

The post was captioned: "Scenes outside the Emirates Stadium…

"No one’s going home yet!"

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It received 924 re-tweets.

Kotsoi wrote: "Did we win the league or something?"

Cieron simply tweeted: "Beautiful."

Jay said: "Goosebumps. Upload more videos."

And Mwirigi posted: "Celebrating like they won the Champions League. Finished club."

Emile Smith Rowe, Bukayo Saka and Granit Xhaka shone for the Gunners at the Emirates.

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Saka, Smith Rowe and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored one each before the break to send the home side in 3-0 up.

And although club legend Tony Adams said before the game he doesn't want youngsters leading the club, Saka and Smith Rowe proved the extra responsibility does not faze them.

Son Heung-min scored a consolation in the second-half before Aaron Ramsdale - who Piers Morgan made peace with after the game - made a world class save at the death to keep it at 3-1.

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