Van Persie Gets Guard Of Honor As Referee And Players Stopped Match
The Former Arsenal and Manchester United player Robin Van Persie who set to retired from football.
Van Persie who has had a very good successful career in football played his last match with Feyenoord on Sunday.
Van Persie was given guard of Honor as match was stopped for him to walk down as he was being substituted.
Taking twitter to share his appreciations, He wrote: "On Sunday I played my last professional game.
Looking back on a 17 year career I can only say it has been a wonderful journey.
With ups-and-downs, but thankfully with many precious and unforgettable memories. Proud to have played for great clubs and for my country".
"It was a privilege. I would like to thank my managers and team mates, and the fans that have supported me and my family over the years. I am going to miss the game, but am looking forward to the next chapter in my life⚽❤".
Watch The Emotional Moment Below,
He is challenging @MrBoss .chaiii Emma u deyyy try oohh.i love this.
Let's see if d admins will do partiality so that we will hold them by their words.
Meanwhile if ronsldoo retires heaven fit fall oohh.Angels will give ronaldooo d guard of honour.
If Messi retires
FIFA president all d players in la liga will line up for his guard of honor plus d Spanish president
Na next season u go see me
But the admins are politics
Still remember that free kick against Manchester City.
Love you Robbie, thanks for the memories.🖐️🖐️🖐️
Even the fans at the stadium will give them a standing ovation for at least one hour.