NOTHING could wipe the smile off Tony Adams' face after Arsenal stormed into a 3-0 lead against Tottenham on Sunday.
The ex-Gunners skipper was delighted after his old team's brilliant first-half performance - but Spurs icon Ledley King was far from happy.
Adams and King appeared on punditry for Sky Sports as the broadcasters covered the North London derby.
Following an incredible opening 45 minutes of football, presenter David Jones asked: "Hands up if you saw that coming?"
As King remained still, Adams laughed and stuck his right hand up in the air like Newcastle legend Alan Shearer celebrating a goal.
Jones chuckled and responded: "Oh Ledley, what a look from you! Crikey! Tony's been grinning like a Cheshire Cat."
To which a giggling Adams sarcastically replied: "Yeah, I'm not enjoying this at all!"
In fairness to Adams and King, their respective reactions were more than justified.
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Spurs endured a nightmare first half as they capitulated against their bitter rivals at the Emirates.
Goals from Emile Smith Rowe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka gave Arsenal a commanding advantage.
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