Arsenal are in the midst of a thriller at the Emirates Stadium, as they are trailing Olympiacos by two goals to three.
The Gunners were in need of an improvement of fortunes in the Champions League, having fallen in their opening fixture.
That match—in Croatia—was a miserable one, as the Gunners fell to a 2-1 defeat, with striker Olivier Giroud dismissed for a first-half red card.
Welcoming Olympiacos to the Emirates, Arsene Wenger will have been desperate to have secured the three points.
The North-London outfit fell behind on 33 minutes through Pardo, only to equalise two minutes later through Theo Walcott.
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However, Olympiacos were soon ahead again, as David Ospina scored a goal.
Alexis Sanchez equalised (again) for Arsenal (the great givers of hope) on 65 minutes, only for Alfred Finnbogason to fire the Greeks ahead one minute later.
This meme—from our dear friends at @Copa90—sums up the explosion of hopes that every single Arsenal fan must be getting familiar with.
65th min: Arsenal 2-2 Olympiacos 66th min: Arsenal 2-3 Olympiacos Arsenal fans.. pic.twitter.com/BQEz6NpZXY
— Copa90 (@Copa90) September 29, 2015