Granit Xhaka produced a gloriously creative pass for Switzerland last night.
The Arsenal midfielder captained his side in the 1-1 UEFA Nations League draw with Germany and conjured up a unique passage of play late in the second half.
With the ball cleared and ending up in midfield, Xhaka displayed some serious technique to immediately put the ball back into a dangerous area.
His volleyed pass, cutting through the ball, was so satisfying to watch and set up a dangerous chance for the hosts' forward Ruben Vargas.
That sliced pass alone really deserved a goal due to how difficult it was pulled off. Arsenal fans very much enjoyed the pass - and his impressive display on the whole.
After a difficult period last term, the former Borussia Monchengladbach has recovered well and looked in fine form for his country after a strong end to the season with Arsenal.
He was also involved in the equaliser when he played the ball in behind for Breel Embolo, who picked out Silvan Widmer in the 57th minute.
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