The main scenario that caught the attention of everyone is Sami Nasri's body shape. He looks chubby and unfit to play a football game. If you would recall that Nasri's retirement from football in the last few months came as a surprise.
You might be wondering how Nasri's became more stubby. The reason is not farfetched, he is no longer engaging in Fitness Exercise. He has achieved a couple of things in football and living a luxurious party life seems to be the priority for the former Arsenal player.
Didier Drogba on the other hand never stopped working hard on his body contours. Age has never been a limitation for him, he keeps on working on his fitness. Scoring a hat-trick in the Charity game is no big deal for him.
Healthwise, I suggest that Nasri should take a break from excessive drinking. He should as well exercise every day because the belly fat in the body is quite dangerous. It increases the risk of Heart Disease, heart attacks and high blood pressure, stroke, asthma, and type 2 diabetes.
We respected Nasri's earlier decision to retire but seeing the immediate cause of the retirement, we can't hide the fact that playing with that body structure poses a threat to him. He could barely run in yesterday's charity game.
To even think the likes of Pires and Didier Drogba who are much older, played better football than him is bizarre. A 34-year-old Nasri struggling to hit the ground in a charity match while Zlatan Ibrahimovic is at 40 years and still bouncing around the game. Not a great lifestyle for the Former Arsenal and Manchester City player.
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