The Bulgarian forward reflected on a goal he scored in the Champions League against the Gunners
Former Manchester United and Tottenham forward Dimitar Berbatov clearly enjoyed scoring against rivals Arsenal.
The 37-year-old is currently without a club after leaving Kerala Blasters at the end of last season and has been spending some of his time out reflecting on his former glories.
Berbatov posted a clip on Instagram on Tuesday in which he commentated over one of his old goals for Monaco in 2015.
The video came from the Ligue 1 side’s famous 3-1 win at the Emirates in a Champions League last 16 tie which stunned the Gunners.
While watching the second goal, Berbatov said: “This goal against Arsenal was one of my favourites because I always loved scoring against Arsenal.
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“It was a great feeling and in this game they underestimated us a lot.
“They thought there were the better team and they suffered after that.”
You can watch the full clip from Berbatov’s Instagram below.