Arsenal’s Spanish full-back pair Nacho Monreal and Hector Bellerin are the latest players to commentate on an old game, with the defensive duo giving their views on our 4-1 win over Liverpool last season.
Bellerin hilariously introduces his co-commentator as “Peter Crouch’s young brother” before they get going, with Monreal seeming unfased at being referred to as Crouch throughout the clip.
Neither player actually did a huge amount of commentating, and were mostly just making noises of appreciation when watching the goals. Bellerin got particularly excited when watching his own goal, saying it was, “unbelievable Jeff”.
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Bellerin’s opener was followed by goals from Mesut Özil, Alexis Sanchez, and Olivier Giroud – all met with huge amounts of praise from the pair. Although there was also a Liverpool penalty – conceded by Bellerin himself – which the 20-year-old disputed hugely, insisting that he got the ball.
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It was a great result and a great game, and watching the match back certainly evokes good memories. The game is made all the more enjoyable with Bellerin and Monreal commentating, and perhaps the duo have found a career for when they eventually hang up their boots.