Fair play to Didier Drogba who, even after leaving Chelsea, still has what it takes to rile up Arsenal fans. As Gunners supporters celebrated their come-from-behind win vs. Manchester City, which sets up an FA Cup final with their London rivals from Stamford Bridge, the man who so often scored against Arsene Wenger's side took to Twitter:
- Didier Drogba (@didierdrogba) April 23, 2017
Drogba, now 39 and playing for Phoenix Rising in the second tier of the U.S. soccer pyramid, scored FA Cup-winning goals against Manchester United in 2007, Portsmouth in 2010 and Liverpool in 2012. A four-time winner of the competition, he also netted in a win over Everton two years later.
He also scored a semifinal winner in 2009 vs. Arsenal, whose fans might just want to take a second look at the Chelsea team sheet on May 27.