A full year after Arsenal's 3-0 victory over Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium, Mesut Ozil and Santi Cazorla were tasked by the club to retrospectively commentate on a game in which they both starred. They didn't disappoint.
We wouldn't have had Cazorla down for an absolute messer, but he spends most of the video cracking the shites laughing at the game and Ozil.
Highlights from early on include Cazorla roaring, "RIGHT FOOT, MESUT???" before howling laughing at Ozil's unbelievably German response, and Ozil shouting at himself to feed Alex Oxlade Chamberlain before declaring, "My God, he is so selfish sometimes", as he watches himself coolly slot the ball past David De Gea.
It's when the third goal goes in, however, where the two Arsenal stars start ribbing Man United, with Ozil asking, "Where is Manchester?" while declaring the match, "easy, like in the training."
Cazorla also gave a key insight into Arsenal's tactical approach as he watches Alexis Sanchez float a ball towards his chest, screaming "on the ground, Alexis!"
It seems like a tremendous idea, and we'd love to see more clubs have a go at it. Imagine Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the commentary box should United get their own back this season, or James Milner's dulcet tones playing off some exuberant Brazilian magic from Phillipe Coutinho.