Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Christian Eriksen reveals how Arsenal keeper Petr Cech inspired his spectacular free-kick in Champions League

Christian Eriksen has revealed how Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech inspired his sensational free-kick in Tottenham's draw with Juventus on Tuesday night.
The midfielder put in a man of the match performance against the Serie A giants in the Champions League, as Spurs battled back to get something from the game.
The Old Lady came out the blocks at a rapid pace, and were two goals ahead of their Premier League opposition in just nine minutes.
Gonzalo Higuain becoming just is the third footballer in Champions League history to score a brace before 10 minutes had been played.
But Tottenham battled back through their talisman Harry Kane, who reduced the deficit before Spurs were awarded a free-kick at the edge of the area.
Eriksen was tasked with But Tottenham battled back through their talisman Harry Kane, who reduced the deficit before Spurs were awarded a free-kick at the edge of the area.
Eriksen was tasked with finding the back of the net against one of the world's best shot-stoppers in Gianluigi Buffon, but managed it in spectacular fashion.
Discussing his set-piece after the game, the Dane revealed how Gunners keeper Cech was the unlikely inspiration behind his strike.

But Tottenham battled back through their talisman Harry Kane, who reduced the deficit before Spurs were awarded a free-kick at the edge of the area.
Eriksen was tasked with finding the back of the net against one of the world's best shot-stoppers in Gianluigi Buffon, but managed it in spectacular fashion.
Discussing his set-piece after the game, the Dane revealed how Gunners keeper Cech was the unlikely inspiration behind his strike.

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