Black Stars deputy captain, Thomas Partey with a tip-of-the-iceberg display on Thursday night as English side Arsenal FC mesmerized Czech Republic side Slavia Prague.
The Ghanaian was in a dazzling form on the night as he effortlessly controlled the middle of the field for the Gunners in their comprehensive and emphatic 4-0 win in Prague.
Partey lasted 78 minutes on the field before he was substituted and replaced with Portuguese right-back Cedric Soares by manager, Mikkel Arteta the Arsenal were in a comfortable 4-0 lead.
Nicholas Pepe from Ivory Coast scored the first goal of the match to put the visitors 1-0 up after 18 minutes before French man, Alexandre Lacazette made it 2-0 three minutes later from the spot.
Bukayo Sako made it 3-0 on the 24th minute of the match to put Arsenal in the driving seat at the interval following a blistering pace and start in the game.
Pepe set up Lacazette to score his second on the night and Arsenal’s fourth as they annihilated their opponents on the night to set up a juicy semi-final clash against Spanish side Villarreal CF.
Partey is a former winner of the competition who won the trophy in 2018 against French team Olympic Marseille in 2018 during his days at Spain La Liga powerhouse Atletico Madrid.
With the Ghanaian returning to full fitness, fans of the Red and Whites Club would be hoping for consistent performance from the Ghanaian to help them secure their first Europa League trophy after losing twice in the finals.