Walcott: Lacazette Remind Me On Defoe
Forward Arsenal forward Theo Walcott has stated that his team’s new recruit, Alexandre Lacazette has a resemblance to playing with Jermain Defoe, now in Bournemouth uniform Bandar Judi Terpercaya.

Where, the player is a very great goal machine, especially when in the penalty box opponent able to take advantage of a good opportunity through hard kick.

Proven last season’s former Lyon player despite a natural injury still managed to appear consistent with scoring 28 goals from 30 matches in the competition Ligue 1. Interesting last season also tap the most goals during strengthening Les Gones.

While Defoe last season despite his age is no longer young recorded able to score 15 goals from 37 games Premier League competition. So when confirmed Sunderland relegated then The Cherries immediately move quickly to secure his signature.

Interestingly now the former Tottenham Hotspur player managed to return to wear England jersey under the direction of Gareth Southgate.

With that note then remind Walcott Lacazette figure like Jermain which is very good when on the front lines. Even he also hopes that the presence of Laca can provide fresh air for the Gunners long term.

“The French league is more physical but it looks good there,” Walcott told the media.

“So he reminds me a little bit to Jermain Defoe who is a target, has a good kick and a goal scorer.

“All I see is a small difference, so hopefully he can bring these attributes to the team. Indeed there will be plenty of competition for a healthy place for the main squad, but we are looking to strengthen it.

“The credit in the Premier League is the most important thing for me.

“It is not easy because many drop teams are back, back against us and will be tight because not much for the space behind.

“You have to find a different way to destroy them but that’s why you also have smart players like Mesut who pass them different. Speed ​​will always be a threat.

“When you do an attack then it will be all the time. As long as we have speed in our team, then we’ll be fine. “