Alexandre Lacazette (9)


#583

Theo has excellent movement, the best in this team. That alongside his pace is his biggest assets. His control, dribbling, technique, shot are all sub par but you can’t knock his movement.


#584

I think he gets caught offside too much to really consider his movement as infallible, but I guess you could chart that under positional awareness or intelligence.


#585

#586

The touch at 2:04 :giroud2:

I hope he is that type of player that tracks back and works hard. If he is doing that in his 60th game for the club then fair do’s. Could easily be in the honeymoon period still so enthusiasm is high.

So far top signing.


#587

Lacazette’s first touch and link up play are among the best i have ever seen. He is underrated, imo.


#588

That’s a really bold statement lol


#589

It is but this is quite Bergkampesque


#590

Some good link-up play here.


#591

He’s had a good game to be honest, but in true Arsenal striker fashion, misses a fucking tap in. :giroud3:


#592

On second viewing I don’t think it was an easy chance.


#593

Came at him very quickly


#594

Excuses, excuses


#595

Was happy with him today, goals will come :slight_smile:


#596

Quite wasteful I thought. Too many turnovers and misplaced passes.


#597

sell him


#598

Had some very theo walcott esque moments, except he didn’t create any goals. At least with Theo we score goals when he plays.


#599

He tried side footing instead of hitting true.


#600

Misplaced passes and missed a chance that he should have buried.


#601

Agreed. Not an easy finish at all, given how quick he had to react and the awkward height the ball was at, and that it was on his left foot. I think the chances of that going in are about 50-50. On another day, it would have gone in and we would have been praising him for being lethal in front of goal.


#602

Laca is going about as well as I expected, 2 goals in 5 and struggling to have an impact against the better teams.