“Mind-Blowing! I must say this,He is good…His dribbling skills amazed me sometimes’: Man City Sensation Jeremy Doku Drops Jaw Over Arsenal Star’s Dazzling International Show – And It’s Not Gabriel Jesus!”
Arsenal’s Leandro Trossard has earned commendation from fellow footballers, Jan Vertonghen and Jeremy Doku, following his stellar performance for Belgium in their recent 5-0 victory over Azerbaijan. Playing the entire 90 minutes, Trossard showcased his prowess, capping off the match with a goal in stoppage time, contributing to Belgium’s resounding win.
The 28-year-old Arsenal attacker has been making waves over the past year and has solidified his position in Belgium’s lineup under manager Domenico Tedesco. His notable display earned praise from various quarters, with Gabriel Martinelli hailing him as an ‘unbelievable’ talent.
Manchester City’s Jeremy Doku and former Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen were among those impressed by Trossard’s international performance. Taking to Instagram to share his thoughts after the match, Trossard expressed his enjoyment of being part of the dominating performance led by Romelu Lukaku, stating, “Enjoyed being part of the Big Rom show! Group winners!”
Trossard’s post garnered responses from teammates, including Nottingham Forest’s Orel Johnson Mangala, who labeled him a ‘baller.’ Jeremy Doku, as well as Jan Vertonghen, also shared their admiration for Trossard’s contribution, with Vertonghen expressing his sentiment through a snake emoji.
Since joining Arsenal in January for a fee of £27 million, Trossard has proven to be an astute acquisition. His impact extends beyond international duty, as he has netted six goals and provided two assists in 14 appearances for the Gunners this season. Amid injuries to key players in Mikel Arteta’s squad, Trossard’s versatility has been a valuable asset, featuring in various roles for the team.
As Arsenal navigates through a season marked by injuries, Trossard’s consistent form raises questions about his potential continued presence in Arteta’s starting XI, especially when Gabriel Jesus returns to action. The Belgian forward’s positive contributions underscore his importance to the team’s success this season.