Arsenal are out of the FA Cup after losing 1-0 to Nottingham Forest in the third round.
The 14-time winner was particularly poor at City Ground and was given a late goal from substitute Luis Grubben, who took the winner in the 83rd minute.
The goal sparked some great home support, and the championship outfit was able to match a tasty East Midlands derby match with Leicester City in the fourth round.
Forrest was responsible for Arsene Wenger’s first and only FA Cup third-round defeat in 2018 when he beat the Gunners 4-2 at home.
The Portuguese left-back didn’t take the substitute well, sulking and slinging his gloves before ignoring the Arsenal staff when he took his seat on the bench.
Arsenal, which played a special, all-white kit as part of a knife crime campaign, was slammed by Manchester United legend Roy Keane at half-time and branded as a “pub team”.
“It’s trash from both teams and you have to criticize both teams,” the Irishman told ITV.
“Arsenal, for all their quality, look like Real Madrid.