Each Premier League player has a chance to score from five different opportunities: a left foot shot, a right foot shot, a one touch bang, a one-on-one and a penalty.
Bellerin might have the edge between the pair when it comes to speed, but England and Spurs midfielder Alli is an attacking midfielder – surely he’d have too much prowess in front of goal to lose to a right-back?
Well, as you can see from the clip above from the good guys at Copa 90, the final results might surprise you, with the Spaniard putting up a pretty decent fight for the Gunners.
The two teams come face-to-face for the first time this season for real at the Emirates on November 6 in the Premier League.
Is it just us, or did anyone else think Dele Alli would be a lot better than that?
Let us know in the comments section below…
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