Viral Samir Nasri returns to Marseille with a big belly

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —

Former France national team midfielder Samir Nasri returned to the field with a surprising performance. Ex-player Arsenal he played for Olympique Marseille in a charity match with a big belly.

In that match, Nasri joined a number of other Marseille legends such as Didier Drogba, Robert Pires, Marcel Desailly, to Fabrizio Ravanelli.

The charity match was against the UNICEF team led by Arsene Wenger, the former Arsenal coach at Velorome Stadium, Wednesday (13/10) local time. The materials for the UNICEF team consisted of: David Trezeuet, Jens Lehmann, Esteban Cambiasso, Gaizka Mendieta, to Patrick Kluivert.

Givemesport reported, the belly that looks fat shows that Nasri is enjoying his retirement. Nasri decided to hang up his boots last September. Nasri’s last club was Anderlecht.

With that big belly, Nasri’s movement is definitely not like his heyday with Arsenal or Manchester City. In a number of video footage uploaded by netizens on Twitter, Nasri’s movement looks heavy.

Samir Nasri had a heyday with Man City. (AFP/NICOLAS TUCAT)

Marseille was Nasri’s first professional club before moving to Arsenal. Nasri’s football career was built in Marseille until 2008 and then joined the Gunners.

With Arsenal, Nasri’s name became known. However, Nasri struggled to win a trophy with the club from the City of London.

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The ambition to win the title made Nasri leave for Man City in 2011. Together with The Citizens Nasri won two Premier League titles.

The arrival of Pep Guardiola knocked out Nasri and moved to Sevilla, then joined Turkish club Antalyaspor. At the club, Nasri was caught doping and received a punishment.

Nasri returned to the Premier League with West Ham United after receiving a punishment, and ended his career with Anderlecht.

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