SANTI CAZORLA showed he’s still got it at 35 with a screamer on his debut for Al Sadd.
The former Arsenal star unleashed a left-footed rocket from outside the area to put his side 1-0 up in their Ooredoo Cup semi-final against Al Ahli.
Cazorla’s breathtaking goal, which came in the 70th minute, broke the deadlock and ended up inspiring his side to an emphatic 2-0 win.
Fans on Twitter were blown away by Cazorla’s impressive showing, with one saying: “Cazorla’s first goal in the Saudi league is a banger.”
Another wrote: “Santi Cazorla doing it still with his new club with a beautiful goal.”
One tweeted: “Cazorla still banging them in!”
Another said: “Can’t ask for a better goal on your debut!:
One added: “Phew… what a goal Cazorla.”
Spanish playmaker Cazorla left LaLiga outfit Villarreal in July on a free transfer after his contract expired.
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The Emirates favourite was linked with a stunning return to Arsenal as one of Mikel Arteta’s new coaches.
But Cazorla decided to carry on playing and ended up signing for Saudi Arabian side Al Sadd.
The move saw him reunited with old Spain pal Xavi, who is now manager of Al Sadd after a spell playing for them following his Barcelona exit in 2015.