Andriy Shevchenko scored a goal in the win against Sunderland last week and he celebrated like had scored his hundredth goal. It was only his fourth this season in 14 appearances.
But it was the way he scored that was very different and Arsenal should make a note of it. The goal was scored through an acrobatic header from a very assertive and confident looking Sheva. It looked like he had freed himself from the shackles of his senior strike partner Didier Drogba who is out of the lineup with his knee operation. We forget that Sheva is a very athletic striker because in comparison to Drogba everyone comes off as flatfooted. In Drogba's absence Sheva is showing signs of his AC Milan form where he scored 127 goals.
Arsenal has to be careful not to underestimate Sheva. He is no Drogba but he is no slouch either.