Trossard leaves fans stunned by 'crazy' piece of skill for Belgium

Arsenal star Leandro Trossard leaves fans stunned by ‘crazy’ piece of skill for Belgium… with one supporter claiming ‘it’s that insane it looks edited’

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Arsenal star Leandro Trossard left fans stunned with a ‘crazy’ piece of skill during Belgium’s match against Azerbaijan.

It was a comfortable evening for Belgium as Romelu Lukaku scored four goals, before Trossard sealed a 5-0 win for the hosts who secured top spot in Group F.

While it was a game to remember for Lukaku, it was Trossard who provided the viral moment of the match when he executed a sensational trick to evade a defender’s challenge.

After getting to the ball ahead of an Azerbaijan defender, he scooped up the ball to avoid the tackle, before controlling it in mid-air in a stunning piece of close control.

The clip then shows him beating another defender as he knocked the ball past him to rush on into a dangerous position.  

Arsenal star Leandro Trossard left fans in awe with a ‘crazy’ piece of skill for Belgium 

Trossard beat an Azerbaijan defender to the ball and was able to scoop it over his challenge

He then controlled the ball in mid-air with a sensational touch to bring it down

Fans praised the skill on social media with one comparing it to something out of 2001 movie Shaolin Soccer – where a group of brothers apply their martial arts skills to football

A number of users took to social media to describe the 28-year-old’s piece of skill as ‘cold’

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It was his remarkable piece of skill though that left fans in awe, with many describing the trick as ‘cold’

On Reddit, one fan said: ‘That was nuts. Shaolin Soccer-esque.’

The comment was in reference to a 2001 film which revolves arounds a Shaolin Monk who reunites his brothers to apply their martial arts skills to football.  

On social media platform X, formerly Twitter, one fan wrote: ‘Ngl this is some of the coldest s*** I’ve seen in awhile.’

Another user commented: ‘I’ve watched this like 47 times do you know how cold this is.’

One person wrote ‘Jesus that’s cold af’ while somebody else described his skill as ‘crazy’.

An Arsenal fan posted: ‘It’s that insane it looks edited, ridiculous.’

One fan commented: ‘My guy is doing double touch in the air,’ while another user wrote: ‘Trossard has special tekkers. He’s Brazilian-esque with it.’

The 28-year-old, who signed for Arsenal from Brighton for £27m in January, has made an excellent start to the season with Arsenal.

He has scored six goals and registered two assists in 14 appearances in all competitions, despite starting in just seven of his games.

Trossard scored Belgium’s final goal in a 5-0 win in which Romelu Lukaku netted four goals


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