Arsenal Fans Reacts To Incredible Emiliano Martinez Save
By ugnwachukwu | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 8074 views
Emi Martinez makes stunning super human save to secure Arsenal all three points against newly Crowned EPL Champions
With Bend Leno still out injured, Arsenal are still relying on the services of second choice goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, the Argentine has been in superb form since getting his chance to impress.
And against Liverpool Martinez made numerous world class saves.
But one of those saves really caught the eye, in the 95th minute Alexander Arnold takes a long range effort that gets deflected by an Arsenal player changing the direction of the ball but Martinez makes a quick recovery and at full stretch he saves the ball.
He might be the second choice goalie for Arsenal but his save is worthy of a first choice goalkeeper.
Photo: Emi at full stretch
Makes a possible save of the season
I just hope he keeps Leno on the bench.
Arsenal fans reacted to their goalkeeper's super human save.
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