The England international went into today’s clash at Goodison Park having failed to score in his previous 14 Prem appearances – the longest run he’s went without getting on the scoresheet since he was a teenager.
— Ben (@benonsport) December 23, 2018
His career at Arsenal might’ve fizzled out but Walcott always enjoyed sticking the ball into the back of the net against their North London rivals Totteham and today was no different.
After prodding home a cross from Calvert-Lewin, Walcott dropped to his knees and even looked close to tears in the aftermath.
We’re guessing there’s a much more personal reason for the celebration but Gooners reckon it’s purely because he’s still a Red at heart:
Once a Gunner, always a Gunner . Thanks @theowalcott
— Arsene's 1st Son (@nubianprinz) December 23, 2018
Theo Walcott against Spurs , man still has Arsenal in his blood 💔
— Charlie Clarke (@ChazClarke2) December 23, 2018
Theo Walcott. Always a Gunner.
— North Bank Nadim (@NorthBankNadim) December 23, 2018
Got to love it when @theowalcott scores against Spurs!! Come on Everton
— Darren Blom (@darrenb04) December 23, 2018
Thanks @theowalcott. Still fighting for the gunners
— things on all (@Reallkenus) December 23, 2018
Theo Walcott playing for Arsenal at Everton, if you know you know.
— Malcom dzingi (@malcommcmillz) December 23, 2018
An emotional celebration from @theowalcott 😰💙. I miss you Theo
— O8tavio (@iam_8tavio) December 23, 2018
Theo Walcott still shitting on Spuds!
— Oh Gafar (@lanretush) December 23, 2018
Theo Walcott, a Proper Arsenal Man
— gunnersaurus fan (@BeltransMole23) December 23, 2018
— Magic (@MagicRightNow) December 23, 2018
Theo Walcott does it for the gunners. #EVETOT
— Karim (@karimsalkim) December 23, 2018
Do you reckon Walcott could still do a job for Arsenal, and are his England days over at the age of 29?