Well... This picture bothering me.
Here is my thoughts. First of of all it's not RPG/SPG comparable head. Simply it can not dig a hole as big as this. In recent years everywhere was RPG firing at tanks, and it doesn't looks like this case.
Second. There is markings on the turret from massive rod, that was traveled with high velocity. And I believe that markings with strangely cornered form was left by fins of the munition.
Third: Accuracy. Guided antitank missiles are not accurate like this. In this case it's a man job or high precision active warhead.
Forth. And the most awkward thing is that, as I know, no one claiming responsibility for destroying this tank. Why? This shot is so cool that award is inevitable for shooter.
Fifth. No records of honors. What was cool in 888 war? There was, indeed, a true tank battle. So the tanker must receive award for this kill. But I can not remember that there was one.
Sixth. The lack of comparable pictures. Why this photo can not serve as evidence that this was a tank? The last battle tank on tank was in gulf war. And, as i remember, Abrams was destroyed by t-72, but there is no pics of that to compare with. And previous battles was without this kinds of munitions. And the most probable version (a tank munition with cumulative warhead) again stays without conformation.
So... If I call that this was a huge air-to-surface missile with active homing warhead? Is it possible? Because there is no evidence that it was not.