Some players usually need a new challenge away from their clubs so that they can rediscover their best form after a moment of poor performances.
Mikel Arteta decided to allow Spanish right back Hector Bellerin to leave Arsenal in the summer transfer window after he fell below the perking order at the club.
The right back completed a loan move with an option to make it permanent for Real Betis where he seems to have found his form.
After playing as an unused substitute in the Real Betis midweek Europa league match, Hector Bellerin was given a home debut as La Liga club faced Espanyol.
Hector Bellerin was so brilliant and resilient on his debut game as he showed that he is at his best by providing a wonderful assist to Nabil Fekir.
The player played the full game in which he did not put in a wrong foot nor make an error which got Arsenal fans ask questions on why Arteta allowed him to leave rather than give him a chance.
Take a look at some reactions:
Carterxix said: Great tenacity.
pivandee said: Sad he got so much hate here. Great guy, good player.
You see what confidence makes with a player.
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