Prolific Arsenal Star Wins End-of-Season Award


We all have goals: We want to matter. We want to be important. We want to have freedom and power to pursue our creative work. We want respect from our peers and recognition for our accomplishments. Not out of vanity or selfishness, but of an earnest desire to fulfill our personal potential. - Ryan Holiday

Good morning beautiful people. I hope you had a nice night rest. I bring you good news which I am sure would make your day.

Alexandre Lacazette has been adjudged the Arsenal Player of the 2018/19 season via results from the polls participated in by fans.

The Frenchman amassed 35% of the votes to emerge winner in the annual contest following his unarguably remarkable contribution to the progress of the team. 

He was always there to cause a turnaround whenever we were in danger and even if you are the type that easily forgets things, I believe you still remember the scenes from our last match which was against Valencia.

Arsenal went behind in the 11th minute but the quick intervention of Laca seven minutes later got us an equaliser. He added to that tally to make it 2-1 before the break.

Prior to our Europa League first leg semi-final encounter, the 27-year-old had raked feats at the big stage. Against Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool, Lacazette scored then assisted in both league ties against Manchester United.

No wonder he has earned a place in the hearts of supporters who have since christened him 'the big game player and 'the game changer'.

Like I said earlier, he has scored when it mattered most. A number of his 18 goals were scored at important times. His first for the season was a winning goal against Cardiff City when we were level on 2-2.  With about ten minutes to go, the striker got a chance and properly converted to seal all three points.

I won't also forget quickly his free-kick which got us a win in our Europa League quarter-final tie in Italy.

Out of the 18 goals scored by him so far, 11 have given us the lead while 10 of those were eventually won.

It is a well-deserved award and we hope he does more before the curtains are finally raised.

Post a Comment