MICHU struck twice in the dying minutes as Swansea City secured a sensational victory at Arsenal.
The match looked to be heading for a goalless draw until Swansea's Spanish sensation found himself bearing down on goal in the 88th minute.
Michu showed ice cool composure to curl the ball into the corner of the net and send the travelling fans wild.
And joy turned to delirium two minutes later when the £2 million summer signing doubled Swansea's advantage, pouncing after Nathan Dyer robbed Carl Jenkinson.
That sparked angry scenes in the home ranks as Wojciech Szczesny booted the ball into the stand and boos rung out around the Emirates.
There were also murmurings of discontent at the interval after Swansea shaded the first half.
Ashley Williams and Angel Rangel both missed chances, but the best fell to Nathan Dyer.
He was put through on goal by a Michu header but delayed his shot and ended up tackled by Thomas Vermaelen.
Arsenal were restricted to only occasional chances.
Santi Cazorla twice fired at Tremmel and also had a penalty appeal waved away.
When Dwight Tiendalli saw his shot saved six minutes from time, Swansea thought their last chance to snatch victory had gone.
Then leading scorer Michu pounced, taking his tally for the season to 11 and Swansea's unbeaten run to seven.
For a full report see Monday's Evening Post.