Erik Lamela scored “one of the best goals in Premier League history” on Monday morning to open the North London Derby between Arsenal and Tottenham – although it ended in a streak when he was during the 1: 2 defeat was sent off

Lamela didn’t even start the game but was substituted on after 19 minutes after Heung-min Son was taken off the pitch with a worrying-looking hamstring injury

But the Argentine wasted no time in allaying Spurs fans’ fears as he celebrated just 14 minutes later Teammate Sergio Reguilon ran after him with his head in his hands and was completely incredulous about what he had just seen

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Reguilon was the one who first played in Gareth Bale’s cross-field pass into the box so that Lucas Moura could collect him and lay on the storming Lamela

But Lamela had run past the ball and had to look back, only to change his feet and the ball to rabona in the lower corner, past a helpless Bernd Leno

Lamela is no stranger to a Rabona goal that scored something eerily similar in the Europa League against Asteras in October 2014

But his last one drove the football world insane when former Liverpool star Jamie Redknapp declared it was “one of the best goals I’ve ever seen in the Premier League”

But it all ended sour for Lamela when he received his marching orders for a second yellow card and Spurs fought with one hand behind his back to try to get back into the game while Arsenal made sure North London was Painted red again

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