Roberto Pereyra scored for Watford in their 2-2 draw vs. Arsenal.
Despite starting the match on the bench, the 28 year old Argentine managed to have a huge impact for Watford. With Arsenal at one point having a 2-0 lead, the score was 2-1 when Pereyra was brought onto the pitch.
Pereyra received the ball and was tripped inside the penalty area by David Luiz. The referee awarded a penalty kick which was taken by the former River Plate and Juventus man.
He stepped up and the goalkeeper went the wrong way as Pereyra drew his team level.
GOAL Watford 2-2 Arsenal (81 mins)— EPL World English (@EPLWorldUK) September 15, 2019
Pereyra steps up to score from the spot after being fouled by Luiz#WATARS
Roberto Pereya is one of the worst player of Scaloni player list.Pereya looks like he is always on marijuana addiction.
He shouldn’t not be called anymore……
Pereya and Acuna will call up every time.
Palacios on the rader of Real Madrid eying modric replacement if there was not season ending injury for him, already became a Real Madrid player
Benedetto with 2 goals for Marseille today.
I said not that hard to score 20+ goals in France (Arsenal sub Lacazette was close to 30 goals striker there)
Can I ask you what for is your comment?
You need to find quick excuse or new standard for him just to devaluate his goals.
Just admit that also older players might do well in Europe (Benedetto, Marchesin last instances) what was beyond your comprehension.
However accordin to your predictions he should not be even in Europe.
Would be nice to have called him up in his younger years, during his time at Juventus.
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