Arsenal fans react to creative and difficult Granit Xhaka moment vs Germany

Granit Xhaka got Arsenal supporters all the more excited for the new season with a sign of things to come in Switzerland’s game with Germany.

The midfielder has become an integral part of Mikel Arteta’s team and future plans, having looked destined to leave the Emirates Stadium earlier in the 2019/20 campaign.

Xhaka shook off the incident where he challenged fans and lost the captain’s armband.

And he is now expected to start for Arsenal when they go to London rivals Fulham on Saturday for their Premier League opener (12.30pm).

The 27-year-old looks in top form with plenty of confidence, judging by his play for Switzerland.

Late in their 1-1 UEFA Nations League draw with Germany, the ball was cleared out from a corner to Xhaka about 40 yards out.

Switzerland’s midfielder Granit Xhaka has excited Arsenal fans ahead of the new season starting
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And he expertly sliced a volley first time out to the wing to set up another Switzerland attack.

Arsenal fans were left in awe of the expert piece of skill, and reacted to the pass on Twitter.

One Gunners fan posted: “This is one of the most creative, well-executed and difficult passes of all time.”

Granit Xhaka was the unsung hero for Arsenal in their Community Shield win over Liverpool last month

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