Santi Cazorla shows off his head tennis skills in Singapore

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Santi Cazorla is known for his skill with the ball at his feet, but he has also shown that he is skillful with his head during Arsenal's pre-season tour.

His close control and composure in possession on the pitch make Cazorla one of the most dangerous attacking midfielders in the Premier League and this video shows his skills are transferable from grass to water.

The Arsenal squad are currently in Singapore as they prepare for the new season and this awesome clip was captured by Arsenal's media team and shared with the world.


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While in the pool Cazorla engages in a game of head tennis, but not with one or two people like your average person. The midfield maestro is surrounded by 14 of his Gunners team mates in the ultimate game of head tennis.

Cazorla completes the circle of successive headers before celebrations began that made their FA Cup party look like your nan's 70th birthday.

Arsenal began their pre-season with a 4-0 victory over a Singapore select XI on Wednesday, young striker Chuba Akpom scoring a hat-trick, as they look to improve on their third place finish from last season.

New signing Petr Cech was not used during the game but is in line to make his unofficial debut in the Gunners' upcoming match against Everton in the final of the Barclays Asia Trophy on Saturday.

Arsene Wenger has been reasonably quiet in the transfer market this summer with only one addition to his playing squad and from looking at this video he won't feel the need to sign a new midfielder.


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