VIDEO: Arsenal Legend Has Still Got it as He Makes Puyol Look...

VIDEO: Arsenal Legend Has Still Got it as He Makes Puyol Look Silly in 'Super Sixes' Tournament

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​None another than Arsenal’s former midfield maestro Robert Pires set Twitter ablaze yesterday when playing at the Super Sixes tournament in London.

Naturally, there was goals and free flowing football aplenty during the tournament of ex-pros, but one moment in particular captured the attention of fans.

In the clip, the French midfielder can be seen effortlessly taking the ball past a helpless Carlos Puyol and setting up a goal for the French team. The former invincible’s play-maker demonstrated that even at 43-years-old, he’s still got the ability to put on a classy show.

Crowds flocked to the O2 Arena in London as some of the greatest modern names to ever lace up a pair of boots took to the pitch.

The star studded squads included ex-pros such as Steven Gerrard, Jay-Jay Okocha, Deco, and of course Carlos Puyol and Robert Pires.

Whether Arsene Wenger will approach Pires for a coaching role at the Emirates remains to be seen, but judging by his performance at the Super Sixes competition, maybe a spot in the centre of the park wouldn’t be such a crazy nostalgic idea.

Who scored these famous last minute goals?

Who scored the winning goal in the 94th minute vs. QPR that won Manchester City the title in 2012?

Who scored Barcelona’s injury-time goal to knock PSG out of this year’s Champions League Quarter Final?

Who scored for the Netherlands in the 89th minute to send Argentina crashing out of the 1998 World Cup?

Who scored the all-important equalizing goal against Greece to send England through to the 2002 FIFA World Cup?

Who scored Real Madrid’s 93rd minute equalising goal against Atletico Madrid in the 2014 Champions League final to send the game into extra time?

You don’t know a thing. Better hit the history books!

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Not bad, but you can do better!

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Great job! You really know your football history!

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Source: 90min

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