Santi Cazorla has detailed what took place after last week’s clash against Crystal Palace with the Spaniard chosen to undergo the random drugs test, something he has grown tired of after being continuously picked, Sky Sports reports.
Olivier Giroud conducted the post-match interview for Sky and after being handed the man of the match award, he was told to pass it on to his Spanish teammate.
Just why Cazorla couldn’t receive the award himself has since been revealed and Cazorla bemoaned that his latest test caused him some problems and he was also baffled as to why he’s consistently picked at ‘random’.
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“Yeah, I had a drug test – again! Please, no more,” Cazorla joked when asked why he couldn’t collect his award.
“Every time it’s the same, no.
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“Everyday it’s the same. I think they have 10 papers with my name. And they put ‘oh Cazorla again, thank you’.”
Cazorla added that the whole process took almost two hours, causing him to miss the team coach and take a taxi home from Selhurst Park.
After returning to his preferred central role last weekend, Cazorla produced a masterful display and was at the centre to everything we did well on the day.
Having also extended his contract recently, we can certainly look forward to him dominating games for the foreseeable future.