Didier Drogba just cannot stop scoring against Arsenal. The Chelsea and Ivory Coast legend had netted 15 times in 15 games against the Gunners before he lined up for an MLS All-Stars XI to face the club once more in California on Thursday night.
Arsenal won the exhibition game 2-1, but there were no prizes for guessing that Drogba would get his name on the score-sheet yet again.
Asked by Arsenal Fan TV’s Robbie why he always hits the back of the net against the Gunners, the Montreal Impact front-man explained that looking to score is just how he approaches every game.
“When you’ve scored once, you always want to score. That’s the spirit I have when I play, but every game, not only against Arsenal,” Drogba said.
When told he left the Premier League too early, the 38-year-old joked, “You want me to come back?”
Maybe only if he joined Arsenal so he can’t keep scoring against them?
Arsenal fans are wondering what they did to deserve such treatment.
Facts of life:
-Arsenal finishing above Tottenham
-Drogba scoring against Arsenal
— Arsenal Related ⚽ (@ArsenalsRelated) July 29, 2016