GOAL: Arsenal boy scores brilliantly for England in Brazil

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain just had a moment he will remember for a while.

Arsenal’s promising midfielder scored only his second ever goal for his country, but it was a massive one as it came at the Estádio do Maracanã where England and Brazil were involved in a pulsating 2-2 affair on Sunday.

The 19-year-old first attempted to exchange passes with Lampard but saw the ball return to him from Rooney, and without taking a second to think about it, ‘the Ox’ smashed a scorcher into the bottom corner of the net from right outside the penalty area. That strike leveled matters at 1-1 before a Rooney goal gave England a sniff at a famous victory, but that dream did not last for too long as Brazil found an equalizer in the dying minutes.

Here was Oxlade-Chamberlain’s strike though.


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4 thoughts on “GOAL: Arsenal boy scores brilliantly for England in Brazil

  1. Walcott was rubbish and Ox was awesome in that midfield role helping Supah Frank…Rooney got his goal out of nowhere…such a classy player he is!

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