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Didier Drogba scores hat-trick and makes iconic Chelsea celebration in charity match with Samir Nasri and Robert Pires and Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger in dugout canoe


Didier Drogba was back doing what he does best on Wednesday night as the Chelsea legend shot in a hat-trick in a charity match.

The Ivorian once again donned the Marseille jersey during a clash against UNICEF XI of Arsène Wenger, alongside Robert Pires and Samir Nasri.

Drogba hit a hat-trick and made his celebration iconic
Didier Drogba scores hat-trick and makes iconic Chelsea celebration in charity match with Samir Nasri and Robert Pires and Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger in dugout canoe
Iconic Drogba celebration is hard to forget
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Drogba scored twice before winning his iconic celebration, while F1 star Pierre Gasly found himself on the scoresheet.

The quadruple Premier League winner, who scored 164 times for the London club in 381 appearances for the Blues, won the match ball as Marseille lost 4-2.

Former Arsenal star Nasri, once considered one of the Premier League’s most talented players, was also included in the Marseille XI after starting his career at the southern France club.

The former Man City playmaker announced his retirement from football two weeks ago at the age of 34.

Didier Drogba scores hat-trick and makes iconic Chelsea celebration in charity match with Samir Nasri and Robert Pires and Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger in dugout canoe
Nasri was in a good mood during the match
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Didier Drogba scores hat-trick and makes iconic Chelsea celebration in charity match with Samir Nasri and Robert Pires and Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger in dugout canoe
Arsenal legend Pires also played
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Pires also spent two years of his career in Marseille before joining Arsenal.

The forward then joined the Gunners where he cemented his name in Highbury folklore by becoming a member of the “Invincibles”, who went undefeated for an entire season.

Wenger was this season’s manager, with the Frenchman taking time off his FIFA duties to manage the UNICEF squad.

Didier Drogba scores hat-trick and makes iconic Chelsea celebration in charity match with Samir Nasri and Robert Pires and Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger in dugout canoe
Wenger was in the canoe for the charity match
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The legendary Premier League manager’s plans to host a World Cup every two years appear to be gaining momentum after support from two football federations.

The confederation of the North, Central America and Caribbean Football Association (CONCACAF) and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) have both provided support despite opposition from UEFA and CONMEBOL to the move. idea.

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