With the London outfit trailing 19-13 in the closing stages of their cup quarter-final, Arundell gave his side late hope with a sensational, near-100 metre effort.
The try wasn't converted and inevitably, the team fell to a disappointing defeat. However, it's fair to say that this effort will go down in rugby history.
Elsewhere, Pep Guardiola decided to have a pop at Liverpool and the media following Man City's 5-0 rout of Newcastle.
The Spaniard has taken a hammering all week long following his team's Champions League collapse away in Madrid.
Just look at his eyes. He wanted to get that off his chest for some time…
Michael van Gerwen won his fifth tournament of the season over the weekend, but in all honesty, how he made it past the quarter-final will remain a mystery.
The Dutchman missed crucial doubles to close out the match, but stayed in the game as Dirk van Duijvenbode failed to take advantage.
Pure sporting drama on display in Leverkusen.
Speaking of Germany, there were some disgusting scenes in the country's lower leagues.
Relegation threatened FSV Frankfurt were taking on league leaders SV Elversberg.
With the score 1-1 heading into the final stage of the match, both teams were satisfied. A point would move Frankfurt three points clear of relegation with a match to go, and it would also move Elversberg three points clear at the top, also with a match to go.
Both teams, aware of the situation, stopped playing competitively in the final ten minutes of the game, as the visitors simply passed the ball at the back while Frankfurt refused to pile on the pressure.
The scenes brought back memories of the 1982 World Cup and the 'Disgrace of Gijon' when similar events took place during a match between Germany and Austria.
Okay, that last one was pretty depressing.
With that in mind, we'll end social zone with this unbelievable strike!