Leandro Trossard. (Twitter)
Trossard, pulled off an extraordinary bit of play during the game as he evaded a sliding tackle on him, by lifting the ball and jumping along with it, to clear the defender like a hurdle.
Belgium registered a 5-0 rout over Azerbaijan in their final European Championship qualifying game on Monday.
The Red Devils earned the victory thanks to Romelu Lukaku’s four goals in the first half of the game before Arsenal midfielder Leandro Trossard added one in the finishing minutes.
Trosard, pulled off an extraordinary bit of play during the game as he evaded a sliding tackle on him, by lifting the ball and jumping along with it, to clear the defender like a hurdle.
Trossard has improved his standards since joining the London-side Arsenal, coached by Spaniard Mikel Arteta.
“I am very satisfied with my performance at Arsenal. We are doing well and I am happy that I can contribute to that. I don’t think anything needs to improve. I am doing well and can’t do more than make it as difficult as possible for the coach,” Trossard said.
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The 28-year-old Belgian heaped praise on the Arsenal boss stating that he’d be happy to play at any region of the pitch the man in charge deems fit and necessary.
“Under Arteta, I have made the most progress in terms of watching football. For me it doesn’t really matter where the coach puts me. I have played just about everywhere in recent years. Where the coach puts me, I will play my match. I don’t really have a preference,” he added.
The midfielder made the switch from fellow Premier League club Brighton and Hove Albion, who have done incredibly well in recent years.
“The playing style is very different from Brighton. The way we play football is fantastic. I have learned a lot tactically,” Trossard opined.
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His performances throughout the season have helped Arsenal stand third in the Premier League table with 27 points to their name after 12 games of play, with eight wins, three draws and a solitary loss.
Arsenal return to Engish domestic action as they take on London-side Brentford in their upcoming fixture on the 25th of November.