Through his personal Twitter account, Brazilian winger Willian Borges da Silva Jr expressed his promise and determination to Arsenal fans to show the best for the Gunners this season.
As is known, Willian is one of Arsenal’s new recruits in the transfer market this summer. He was obtained free of charge after his contract at Chelsea ended last summer.
The Brazilian winger immediately appeared good in the first match of the Premier League 2020/21 season last weekend.
In that match, the London Cannon Team faced Fulham, and from the first minute at Craven Cottage, Mikel Arteta’s men immediately dominated.
Willian himself became one of the main attack motorbikes, and the former Chelsea player has been good from the start.
Based on statistics at Whoscored, Willian managed to shoot two shots and pass accuracy reached 96.2 percent. In the 27th minute, the 32-year-old came close to scoring.
Unfortunately, his kick ball was only able to hit the home team’s crossbar. Even so, Willian still contributed through his assist score to Gabriel Magalhaes in the 49th minute.
Not only that, Willian was also the creator of the goal scored by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the 57th minute. Previously, when the game had only been running for 8 minutes, Willian’s hard kick which was pushed over by the opposing goalkeeper was successfully struck by Lacazette to become a goal.
It can be said, Willian played a big part in Arsenal’s 3-0 victory over Fulham in the match.
After the match, the former Chelsea player admitted that he was very happy considering it was his debut match for Arsenal. Even so, the Brazilian player said the performance in this match was just the beginning.
In other words, he promises an even better performance in the following matches.
“I am very happy with my debut! Great teamwork my friends! But this is just the beginning, let’s keep working hard! Thank you for all the support of Arsenal fans!” said Willian on his Twitter account.
As for the next match, Arsenal will face West Ham United at the Emirates Stadium on September 20.