It’s that time of the year again when international fixtures temporarily takes precedence over domestic football, and Thursday’s Group H game between Cyprus and Bosnia turned out to be a very entertaining one.
The Cypriots rallied back from a big two-goal deficit to close the match with a memorable 3-2 victory over the Bosnians.
Many Arsenal fans must have taken some keen interest in the match, as starting in the Bosnian lineup was new signing Sead Kolasinac.
The former Schalke man was surprisingly left out during Arsenal’s loss against Liverpool last Sunday, and he proved just why that wasn’t Arsene Wenger’s best decision.
Setting up a brilliant assist for Edin Visca after completing a long run along the left flank, Kolasinac proved just how good he can be when allowed to play in the right position.
Check out Kolasinac’s assist below –
Kolasinac with a lovely assist for Bosnia pic.twitter.com/pJ3LxGDfGz
— Terje (@xArsenalTerje) August 31, 2017