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‘Always assisting’ – Eagle-eyed fans spot what Trossard did off the ball in middle of Arsenal’s demolition of West Ham

, ‘Always assisting’ – Eagle-eyed fans spot what Trossard did off the ball in middle of Arsenal’s demolition of West Ham

Arsenal's victory over West Ham was so dominant that Leandro Trossard found time to retrieve a boot for his teammate during the match.

Trossard's helpful gesture

During Arsenal's 6-0 thrashing of West Ham, Trossard spotted that his teammate Gabriel Magalhaes had lost his boot while trying to stop a West Ham attack. Without hesitation, Trossard ran back to retrieve the boot and handed it back to Gabriel.

West Ham's humiliation

West Ham had a disastrous game, with William Saliba breaking the deadlock in the 32nd minute. By halftime, West Ham fans were already leaving the stadium as their team trailed 4-0. Bukayo Saka scored a penalty to double Arsenal's advantage, and Gabriel Magalhaes and Trossard added two more goals just before the break.

'Trossard always assisting'

Fans on social media were quick to praise Trossard for his selfless act, with one fan jokingly saying, "Trossard always assisting." Another fan commented, "He can't stop assisting." The ease with which Arsenal won the match was evident in Trossard's ability to help his teammate even in the midst of a game.

, ‘Always assisting’ – Eagle-eyed fans spot what Trossard did off the ball in middle of Arsenal’s demolition of West Ham

Declan Rice's bittersweet moment

As if the match couldn't get any worse for West Ham, their former captain Declan Rice scored against his old team from the edge of the area. Despite not celebrating his goal, Rice was met with boos and jeers from a few remaining West Ham fans when he was substituted off shortly after.

Overall, it was a humiliating defeat for West Ham, but Trossard's act of kindness did not go unnoticed by eagle-eyed fans.

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The Premier League uses the Video Assistant Referee, or VAR, system to assist referees on the field in making correct decisions. This includes goals, penalties, incidents involving direct red cards, and misidentification. The VAR reviews footage of the incident in question and advises the referee, who then has the option to view a replay on the pitchside monitor before making the final decision. The system’s goal is to minimize any human errors that may affect the result of a game.

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