Sead Kolasinac’s time at Arsenal was an erratic affair, impressing in attack at times but more often than not leaving a lot to be desired at the back.
Mikel Arteta did not see the Bosnian left-back as part of his future plans, allowing him to return to his former club Schalke until the end of the season.
Their latest game did not get off to a good start on Saturday either. Within 34 minutes, they found themselves 3-0 down against Stuttgart, with a fourth loss in five games looking like a certainty.
Kolasinac, however, soon gave the hosts something to worry about, slotting home cooly as Schalke had a rare foray forward.
Things are not going well for them in the Bundesliga, however. With 22 matches played, Schalke sits rock-bottom of the Bundesliga, with nine points between themselves and Hertha Berlin, who sit one place above the drop zone.