By Amir Mir

Alex Iwobi has revealed that Arsenal teammate Santi Cazorla’s skills are so good in training that players stop and laugh.

Midfielder Cazorla is regarded as one of the best players in his position in the Premier League, and has been a hugely popular figure among Gunners fans since his move to the Emirates in 2010.

The 31-year-old is known for his wide range of passing, ability to read the game and technically efficient performances.

But his Gunners teammate Iwobi has given the lowdown on what makes the Spanish star so special during training sessions.

“Some of the things he does, it’s just funny now; hilarious,” Iwobi told football magazine FourFourTwo. “We stop training and start laughing.
“The way he controls the game with both feet, he’s so technical. He’s the one you want [in a five a side team].”
The Spain international has lifted two FA Cups during his time in north London, but has yet to lift the coveted prize of the Premier League.
Cazorla has made 178 appearances for Arsenal since his £10 million move from Villarreal, scoring 29 goals and supplying 44 assists.
This season he has been a regular feature for the London club, scoring two goals and providing two assists as the Gunners sit third with 16 points.
Arsene Wenger’s side will host Swansea at the Emirates on Saturday afternoon, with Cazorla hoping to have a significant impact on the match.

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