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Arsenal fans are all saying the same thing after Leandro Trossard’s 10-minute cameo vs Man United

Arsenal fans are all saying the same thing after Leandro Trossard’s 10-minute cameo vs Man United

Leandro Trossard left Brighton and Hove Albion for Arsenal this week

Arsenal fans are all saying the same thing after seeing their new signing Leandro Trossard in action during the dramatic Premier League clash against Manchester United.

After his relationship with Brighton and Hove Albion manager Roberto De Zerbi turned sour, Trossard seal a £27 million move to the Emirates Stadium this week.

Gunners boss Mikel Arteta was able to name the Belgian star in his squad after completing the transfer before the cut-off point.

Arsenal and United played out a Premier League classic as they went toe to toe for all three points.

Marcus Rashford and Eddie Nketiah were on the score sheet as the match was finely poised at 1-1 when the half-time whistle sounded.

Bukayo Saka then fired Arsenal into the lead but a header from Lisandro Martinez made it 2-2.

With 10 minutes left on the clock, Arteta decided it was time to unleash his latest acquisition as Trossard came on to replace Gabriel Martinelli to make his Arsenal debut.

In what was only a 10-minute cameo, Trossard was involved in the build-up to Nketiah’s late winner as he played the ball to Oleksandr Zinchenko to cross into the box.

Trossard went on to impress many Arsenal fans, who were quick to praise the 28-year-old’s impact.

One fan said: “He's absolutely unreal, 10 minutes and he did more than Antony did in the whole game. Finally have a sub who can make an impact tears in my eyes.”

Another tweeted: “Perfect ball carrier, watch when he starts shooting oh my.”

Whilst some fans claimed that Trossard reminded them of former player Santi Cazorla.

Someone wrote: “Santi come out! We know you are the one, stop pretending.”

Another commented: “Hi Santi Cazorla, is that you?”

During his post-match interview, Arteta praised the Belgian’s impact.

He said: “Leo (Trossard) already helped us a lot when he came on today. How calm he was.”

Arsenal will now turn their attention to the FA Cup as they face Manchester City on Friday before a return to Premier League action against Everton on 4 February.

Featured Image Credit: Premier League Productions

Topics: Manchester United, Arsenal, Football, Premier League