Spain international Isco was the star for his country last weekend as they sealed automatic qualification to next years FIFA World Cup in Russia with a 3-0 victory against Italy and his mind-blowing performance did not go unnoticed by Gunners faithful.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup winning team started the game without a recognized forward, and the midfielder steered in the midfield, and he didn’t let fans down by netting twice in the fixture.
The 25-year-old scored a brilliant free-kick in the 13th minute and then increased his team’s advantage with another goal from outside the 18-yard box, just five minutes before the referee sounded the half time whistle.
Chelsea’s new signing Alvaro Morata added to the playmaker’s double by netting in the 72nd minute to put the team three goals up.
The midfielder’s performance at Real Madrid has been brilliant lately, contributing immensely in helping the La Liga team win the UEFA Champions League thrice and the League title once which confirms the midfield maestro to be a club hero.
Arsenal supporters were early to start a discussion on the Real star’s performance on Twitter, and some feel he would perfectly succeed injury prone Santi Cazorla when the time comes for him to move on.