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Goal: Robin van Persie

As the domestic season takes a back seat and the stories have dried up, I'm going to try and bring you every goal from the World Cup scored by and Arsenal player.

We have already seen Tomas Rosicky stunning brace for the Czech's, and yesterday saw Robin van Persie smash home a free kick for the Dutch in a 2-1 win over Kolo Toure's Ivory Coast.

Here it is in all it's powerful glory.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday June 17 2006

Time: 8:00PM

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cracking free kick, what a beauty. he had a great game i thught, i think rosicky will be the pick out of the arsenal players at the world cup
green giant 12
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17/06/2006 20:53:00

WHAT WAS THAT??? GOALIE HAD NO CHANCE. WE HAVE TO GIVE THIS GUY MORE PLAYING TIME. AMAZING STUFF
mish
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18/06/2006 04:10:00

This sia bit like the one against wigan.What a stunner that was.No way the goalkeeper could save that
kenyanrudeboy
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18/06/2006 08:36:00

Great Free Kick, Keeper had no chance, i really think you should play him more often!
richy23
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18/06/2006 16:19:00

You have to wonder a bit about Henry, though. His goal v Korea was a bit of fluke since Wiltord wasn't trying to pass, but had hs shot deflect right onto TH's boot. He put it away nicely, but what a horror show missing that sitter in the second half that cost them a win.
greatwhitenorf
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19/06/2006 02:09:00

You have to wonder a bit about Henry, though. His goal v Korea was a bit of fluke since Wiltord wasn't trying to pass, but had hs shot deflect right onto TH's boot. He put it away nicely, but what a horror show missing that sitter in the second half that cost them a win.
greatwhitenorf
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19/06/2006 02:09:00

Nice goal, Van should be given more free kicks, I don't think henry goal was a fluke he got it nicley, though france should have won the game early.
gunner-minesh
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19/06/2006 13:20:00

Very Nice goal. Looks like we could be playing them in the quarters if we get there. Would be a very good game. Do you think we would win it?
POMPEYMEV
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19/06/2006 20:12:00

Van Persie is good at free-kicks it seems. He gets great pace on them, like against Wigan as well, and normally he is very accurate. He's looking a more likely first team player than Adebayor I have to say.
Super Cesc
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22/06/2006 12:03:00

He's that good that you can only recall a similar free kick against wigan eh?
FEn_100
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22/06/2006 13:15:00

The boy's got a bomb on his left foot!
GunnerBlood
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24/06/2006 08:33:00

what a goal top corner and top of the range. im happy he got a goal for the netherlands and hes doing really well for them go on VAN PERSIEE !!
abdleb
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10/07/2006 02:30:00

You have to wonder a bit about Henry, though. His goal v Korea was a bit of fluke since Wiltord wasn't trying to pass, but had hs shot deflect right onto TH's boot. He put it away nicely, but what a horror show missing that sitter in the second half that cost them a win. - dont think henrys was a fluke as such, but that screamer from our very own RVP was abosluolty amazing what a showing form the arsenal players at this world cup, shame that tt did not bring it back for us tho
Walcott
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