Two arms wide open before scoring a goal’ Arsenal FW ceremony ‘topic’… Rosicky ‘Summon’

  • February 19, 2023

Arsenal striker Gabriel Martinelli ‘summoned’ the Arsenal president with an absurd ceremony.

Martinelli from Brazil scored a key goal to win 4-2 in the 8th minute of extra time in the second half when the team led 3-2 in the 24th round of the 2022-2023 season against Aston Villa held at Villa Park in Birmingham, England on the 18th (Korean time). .

A situation in which all Villa players, including the goalkeeper, joined the attack for an equaliser. Arsenal, who got the ball near their own box, quickly launched a counterattack. Midfielder Fabio Vieira, who received the ball from the left point, stabbed a sensuous space pass toward Martinelli, who was quickly running forward. 온라인바카라 Martinelli, who was handed this ball, faced an empty goal in an instant. An expected goal of 0.99, a perfect chance to feel even more strange to miss. Martinelli broke a long scoring silence with a composed shot to report his first goal of the year.

After the game, Martinelli’s celebration attracted more attention than the goal itself. Because Martinelli celebrated before shooting! As he ran towards the opponent’s box, he spread his arms wide, ‘as if he was sure of scoring’. The local media immediately ‘summoned’ Thomas Rositzky during Dortmund in 2006 and Ross Barkley during Everton in 2017. The two players likewise spread their arms before shooting a goal-linked shot and held a ‘pre-ceremony’. Czech playmaker Rosicky played for Arsenal from 2006 to 2016.

Not everyone saw it as a ‘funny happening’. Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlaher said on British radio station ‘Talk Sports’, “Personally, I don’t like Martinelli’s behavior to celebrate before scoring a goal into an empty goal.” I scored a goal. I think he lacks respect for his teammates.”

Arsenal’s main striker, Martinelli, started off the bench that day after being pushed by Leandro Trosar. Coming in in the 23rd minute of the second half when the score was tight at 2-2, he always failed to leave a significant impact, but he made use of the opportunity that came just before the end. This goal was his eighth league goal this season.

Arsenal, who broke a 3-game winless streak (1 draw, 2 losses), recorded 54 points with the victory that day, and took the lead by pulling down Man City (52 points), who drew 1-1 with Nottingham Forest on the same day. With Arsenal playing one game less, they opened up by two points.

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