Arsenal fans all saw what Lichtsteiner did to Embolo v Serbia - and they loved it

Serbia v Switzerland: Group E - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

Switzerland have got one foot in the last-16.

The European side were drawn in one of the groups of death alongside Brazil, Serbia and Costa Rica, drawing their first game v the Selecao 1-1.

Their match against Serbia on Friday night was the big one and things went wrong early on as Aleksandar Mitrovic opened the scoring.

Switzerland were on the ropes but they managed to turn things around, winning 2-1 courtesy of goals from Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri.

The Swiss only need a single point from their final game against Costa Rica to seal passage to the knockout stages.

A remarkable achievement, despite the fact they're the sixth highest ranked international side by FIFA.

Arsenal fans were watching the game with a keen eye due to the presence of Xhaka and new signing Stephan Lichtsteiner.

Xhaka looked a different player alongside a more defensive midfielder in Valon Behrami, while Lichtsteiner has really impressed in Russia.

He done a great job against Neymar and was brilliant once again versus the pacy Filip Kostic.


And there was one moment from the former Juventus man that really caught Arsenal fans' attention.

Right at the end of the match, substitute Breel Embolo had the opportunity to keep the ball in the corner and run down the clock.

However, he elected to try and find a teammate in the box.

And Lichtsteiner was having none of it, giving his young teammate a serious telling off.


Pretty much everything Arsenal need in one clip.

Needless to say, fans are excited by Lichtsteiner's arrival and he should really provide a helping hand to Hector Bellerin.


You feel the 34-year-old is going to be a big voice in that Arsenal dressing room come next season.

Unai Emery has clearly identified the Gunners' lack of characters judging by his rumoured transfer targets.

And his impending capture of Uruguay's Lucas Torreira should hopefully help Xhaka out next season.

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