Cole, Ramsey & more: Twitter reacts as Arsenal lose but Chelsea win

Ashley Cole and Aaron Ramsey both tweet their thoughts as Chelsea beat Schalke and Arsenal lose to Dortmund on Tuesday

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Thomas Vermaelen, Aaron Ramsey and Nicklas Bendtner earlier this month

Robert Lewandowski scored a late winner as Borussia Dortmund sealed a 2-1 Champions League victory at Arsenal to throw Champions League Group F wide open.

Elsewhere, Chelsea moved to the top of Group E after an emphatic 3-0 win at Schalke, whilst Celtic secured a much-needed 2-1 victory over Ajax at Parkhead.

Here is a selection of our favourite tweets from the professionals, in chronological order, after an enthralling night of Champions League action.

Arsenal legend David Seaman (‏@thedavidseaman) reckons his beloved Gunners could struggle on Tuesday night: “Got a feeling that this game will be a good test for us!!! #COYG”

Dortmund strike early, and celebrity Arsenal fan Piers Morgan (‏@piersmorgan) is back to old ways: “Oh Ramsey….”

England wicket-keeper Alex Hales ‏(@AlexHales1) isn’t impressed by Roman Weidenfeller’s bravery as Arsenal equalise: “Dortmund keeper is so wet! Bottled going for one earlier against Wilshere too!”

Celebrity Chelsea fan Trevor Nelson (‏@DJTrevorNelson) is relieved Torres bagged an early goal as Schalke press for an equaliser: “Thank god we scored early in this game. #Chelsea”

Everton striker Romelu Lukaku (‏@RomeluLukaku9) is spoilt for choice: “It’s difficult to watch so many games at the same time #somanygoodgames”

It’s unclear whether Ryan Babel ‏(@RyanBabel) is unhappy because current club Ajax are losing or that Dortmund have broken Arsenal hearts: “Smh.”

Former Chelsea midfielder Jody Morris (‏@morriskid) is finding the Blues’ counter-attacking exciting: “What a goal that was. That’s what you call a counter!”

Sheffield Wednesday’s Jermaine Johnson (‏@DaRealJJ11) loves watching Arsenal’s record signing: “Ozil makes football look so damn easy #MrCool!”

Ex-Liverpool striker Stan Collymore (‏@StanCollymore) hails Dortmund’s winner as the definition of how to counter-attack: “How to counter-attack by Borussia Dortmund.”

Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand (‏@rioferdy5) is impressed with Jurgen Klopp’s side: “Dortmund done a very professional job there, resolute & clinical. Very good team.”

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan ‏(@MichaelVaughan) begins the inevitable chorus of Arsenal scepticisim: “The Arsenal slide has started…..”

Republic of Ireland legend Shay Given (‏@No1shaygiven) is happy for the Hoops: “A big result for @celticfc tonight. The Bhoys are still in there fighting #hailhail”

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey ‏(@aaronramsey) is bitterly disappointed: “Gutted about the result. After a slow start we played some good football. Focus on the Palace game now and getting back to winning ways.”

Injured Chelsea defender Ashley Cole ‏(@TheRealAC3) praises his Blues team-mates: “Well done lads!!! #CFC”

Finally, Arsenal legend Ian Wright (‏@IanWright0) enjoys the Twitter reaction to his ITV performance: “Hahaha Twitter is great!”

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