Ashley Cole has been questioned by Sol Campbell for his statement regarding their invincible season.
Arsenal became the first team since Preston North End in 1888/89 to go an entire top flight English campaign without losing, but Liverpool threatened to match that last season before losing to Watford after 28 fixtures.
While taking part in an advert for Marvel’s Avengers video game, the pair were joined with another member of the regular starting XI in Robert Pires, and regular replacement Ray Parlour.
In the clip, entitled Invincibles Reassemble, the former team-mates completed a level of the new game while discussing their playing days at Highbury.
The topic of conversation quickly switched back to Liverpool’s unbeaten run last season, with Parlour stating that he celebrated when Jurgen Klopp’s men were beaten 3-0 at Vicarage Road in February.
Parlour said: “Where were you when Liverpool lost to Watford? I didn’t see that coming, Liverpool were very close. I certainly celebrated.”
Cole responded: “History is there to be broken, I want somebody to beat it.”
Campbell then stepped in by saying: “Really? Coley, come on Coley.”
Before adding: “We beat a record that stood for over 100 years.” Before adding: “Give us 100 years.”
Cole laughed and agreed with Campbell, as both men turned their focus back to the game.
Gunners supporters may have been shocked to see Chelsea hero Cole reunite with his former colleagues, having recently opened up on his decision to move across London during the peak of his career.
In a chat with BBC Sport, Cole said: “When they started to leave, I felt there were holes in the culture of what it was that brought success.
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“I just felt it was falling apart a bit, or there were gaps missing, and they weren't filled.
“So that transition in terms of finding myself in a different culture and the willingness and want to win, I went to Chelsea, and I had that.”
Before adding when asked if he could have handled the move better: “One hundred per cent, it's not just entirely my fault, and it's not entirely their fault.
“I was probably a little bit too stubborn at the time and felt a little bit hard done by. I was a little bit babyish, to be honest, but it's something I won't ever regret, and I wouldn't ever change that situation.”