Arsenal and Tottenham fans who started a bridge “battle” in America were destroyed on social media.
The north London sides battled to a 2-2 draw at the Emirates.
Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane put Spurs ahead in 40 minutes.
But Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang pulled the Gunners back level.
The derby is world famous for being heated between the two sides.
And it almost tipped over yesterday when Harry Kane went down in the penalty box late on to Sead Koasinac’s tackle.
Footage has now emerged of rival fans meeting across the pond in USA.
In the clip, a group of Tottenham fans can be seen crossing a bridge.
They hold a flag while chanting “When the Spurs Go Marching In” – and it soon becomes clear why.
A group of Arsenal fans are at the other end, walking towards them.
Both sets of fans come within feet of each other as they wave their flags.
“You won the league in the 60s,” the Gunners fans chant.
This footage was captured on Lesner Bridge at Virginia Beach, Virginia.
It was shared on Twitter by Debra Colvin yesterday, where it has been viewed more than 600,000 times.
But Brit fans were not impressed with their Atlantic cousins’ efforts.
“Embarrassing,” one viewer said.
Another commented: “The state of this.”
While a third added: “What the f*** did I just watch.”
With a fourth simply saying: “Awful.”
It comes as Robbie Savage went head-to-head with a Gunners fan who made a Premier League title claim.