- Oleksandr Zinchenko performed a difficult keepy-uppy skill during a training session which has since sparked conversations about his supreme technical abilities
- The Ukraine international was once rated among the most technically gifted players by Kyle Walker during his stint with Man City
- He has proved a shrewd buy for Arsenal this summer following his awe-inspiring display in the club's opening two Premier League games
Oleksandr Zinchenko gave nuance to why he is classified as one of the most technically gifted players at Arsenal.
The versatile Ukraine international ended his six-year stint with Manchester City when he sealed a long-term deal to Arsenal this summer.
Zinchenko has taken to life at Arsenal like a duck to water - featuring in the opening two Premier League games for the Gunners.
And the 25-year-old utility player's dream start to life at Arsenal has continued unabated with the latest footage from the club's training ground at Colney, adding more substance to his fairytale life in north London.
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In the video posted on Twitter, seen by Sports Brief, Zinchenko demonstrated his incredible technical abilities when he beat his teammates in a keepy-uppy drill at training.
The footage gives credence to Kyle Walker's earlier admission of Zinchenko's technical skillset.
“Not in any order, my top three are Zinchenko, Mahrez & Silva. Two touches, head tennis, so good. You’re leaving De Bruyne out, Foden, Cancelo, but they don’t come close to those three.” Walker told Michael Timbs in an interview as quoted by Sport Bible.
Zinchenko breaks down in tears as he calls for an end to the war in Ukraine
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Manchester City defender Oleksandr Zinchenko broke down as he narrated the effects of the Russian aggression on his home country of Ukraine.
Zinchenko was speaking to the press ahead of Ukraine’s big clash against Scotland on Wednesday night at Hampden Park in Glasgow.
Ukraine has been war-torn since Russian President Vladimir Putin authorized his troops to war in February. The Daily Mail reports that Zinchenko fought back the tears as he addressed a question from a Ukrainian journalist asking how he felt about the whole situation.
Source: Sports Brief News