Senna's interview was supposedly all about how the Arsenal young guns would dominate Europe one day. Cuddly enough but not original at all.
However, the overwhelming feeling is that Senna, the first leg goalscorer is playing a bit of a headgame with Arsenal's goalscorer who was widely praised for his spectacular equalizer. Senna was not as impressed.
"I have scored more beautiful goals than that one," the 32-year-old said. "At the end of last season I scored one from near the halfway line against Real Betis."
"Adebayor didn't impress me. At my age, and with everything I have seen in football, it is very difficult to find a player who impresses me."
Senna won't be there because of a hamstring injury but he is making sure that his presence is felt in other ways.