A strange moment followed a strange game as Manchester United strolled to a miserable 2-0 loss at Arsenal on Sunday.
The fact that Jose Mourinho didn't give a single solitary shit about the result was plain to see as his players put in one of the more feeble performances in recent memory, but The Emirates looked as if it was in pre-season mode as there was very little enthusiasm from the fans and players despite the result.
In fact, the most passion on display came from Jamie Redknapp in the Sky Sports studio after the game, as despite not having any personal connection to Arsenal, he randomly got very angry about their lack of ambition, seemingly out of nowhere.
Thierry Henry didn't see it coming, and let out a cackle at Redknapp's suggestion that Arsenal favouring the top four over a trophy like the FA Cup was unacceptable.
Redknapp's point that players don't look back on top four finishes with pride and happiness is beside the point, as Wenger targets top four finishes to keep the club stable financially.
The club need to be playing Champions League football, and an FA Cup can't deliver that, so league position is always going to take priority.
For fans and players, the FA Cup is still something worth celebrating, of course, but it's no secret that top four is more important, which makes it even more odd that Redknapp was so perplexed.
A weird day.