Arsenal fans watch Chelsea pen shootout through street window in viral TikTok

Arsenal fans were pictured watching Chelsea's penalty shootout through a random street window on their way home from the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday after defeating Leeds United in the EFL Cup.

The Gunners were the first team to qualify for the quarter-finals of the competition, comfortably dispatching Marcelo Bielsa's side 2-0 to put their name in the hat for Wednesday evening's draw.

London-rivals Chelsea were also successful in their round of 16 tie, but the Blues needed penalties to see off Southampton with flying full-back Reece James scoring the decisive spot-kick.

And Arsenal fans on their way home from the Emirates Stadium were seen cheering on Ralph Hasenhuttl's team while waiting for the crowd ahead of them to disperse.

The viral video, originally posted on TikTok, shows a group of Gunners fans gathered around a window showing Chelsea's game on TV with several supporters staying put to watch James take Chelsea's fifth penalty.

Arsenal fans can be heard jeering the Blues right-back as he approaches the ball only for their noise to evaporate when he finds the back of the net.

Both Chelsea and Arsenal will find their opponents for the next round on Wednesday evening following the conclusion of Liverpool's game away at Preston.

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The draw for the quarter-final stage will be made live on Sky Sports with both London teams and League OneSunderland the only confirmed teams in the hat so far.

Defending champions Manchester City face West Ham United on Wednesday with Pep Guardiola's side looking to win the trophy for a fifth successive season.

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