Arsenal Fans React As Santi Carzola Sparks Wild Scenes With A Moment Of Magic For His Team
By Annnjeri | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 1 views
Former Spain and Arsenal midfielder Santiago Carzola showed the gunners fans what he js still capable of doing even at 36 years with a moment of magic for his team.
The little magician who now plays for Qatari side AL Assad which is coached by spanish legend Xavi Hernandez are currently riding high as they are yet to lose a match in the seventeen games they have played this season.
In a derby match against AL Arabi, the match seemed headed for a 2-2 draw but in the 92ns minute, Carzola unleashed a rocket that found the back of the net to spark wild scenes in the stadium.
Arsenal fans have been left impressed with their former player's heroics and have been singing praises of the diminutive playmaker.
"The manner with which we got rid of Santiago Carzola still saddens me, this guy is a magician." waxed one fan.
"When Santi plays football smiles, sad Unai Emery could not realise this." praised a second supporter.
"He could still do a decent job for us, he could have been the ideal mentor for Emile Smith Rowe." regretted a third fan.
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