Nathan Dyer (left) enjoys the moment while Andrei Arshavin has a sad. (Getty)
"Brendan Rodgers' passing formula sees Swansea City beat Arsenal at their own game," proclaims the Telegraph headline of the attacking Welsh underdogs' 3-2 win over Arsenal. And though it may appear Swansea's Nathan Dyer -- the man Arsene Wenger accused of diving to win the penalty that led to Swansea's early equalizer and scored their second goal -- is laughing at a pudgy and moping Andrei Arshavin in the above photo, he's actually pointing to his teammates on the Swansea bench.
Still, for a match where the club that's gone from League Two to the middle of the Premier League table in eight seasons to score a winner just one minute after Arsenal made it 2-2, this picture seems to be a pretty accurate representation.
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