Alexandre Lacazette struck a stunning free-kick to put Arsenal on the verge of a spot in the Europa League semi-finals.
The Frenchman fired a powerful effort into the top corner to give the Gunners a 3-0 aggregate lead at the break in their second leg against Napoli.
His injured team-mate Hector Bellerin, still sidelined with a serious knee injury, was watching on despite not making the trip to Naples.
And the Spanish full-back loved what he saw from the striker, taking to Twitter with a three-word message in which he simply declared: “ALEXANDRE STOP IT”.
The tweet was met with an amusing response from Arsenal fans who urged Lacazette to “carry on” rather than taking Bellerin’s advice.
The full-back is continuing his post-surgery recovery after undergoing an operation on his left knee having ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament last year.
He travelled with the team on their recent trip to Dubai in the international break as the next stage of his rehabilitation program but will be out of action until next season.
“I went out to Dubai with the lads as part of the next stage of my rehab,” Bellerin recently said.
“I’m feeling better every day and I can’t wait to be back.”
The Gunners posted footage of Bellerin in the gym and stepping up his training earlier this week with fans keen to see the popular defender back as soon as possible.