Football fans around the world were left baffled when Fifa president Gianni Infantino turned up at an English football match on Saturday.
The Italian was spotted in the stands at the Emirates Stadium in London, watching Arsenal take on Manchester United in the Premier League.
Infantino, who was elected as the president of world football’s governing body in 2016, was seen chatting to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and other officials during the match.
The surprise appearance of the Fifa president at the match left many fans scratching their heads, wondering why he was there.
Some speculated that he was there to discuss the possibility of a new international tournament, while others suggested he was there to discuss the future of the Premier League.
However, it appears that Infantino was simply there to watch the match and enjoy the atmosphere.
The Italian was seen smiling and laughing with Wenger and other officials during the match, and he was even spotted taking selfies with some of the fans.
It is not the first time that Infantino has been spotted at a Premier League match. He was also seen at the Emirates Stadium in December, when Arsenal took on West Ham United.
Infantino’s presence at the match was welcomed by many fans, who were delighted to see the Fifa president in attendance.
The Italian has been a vocal supporter of the Premier League, and has praised the league for its competitive nature and its ability to attract some of the world’s best players.
Infantino’s presence at the match was also seen as a sign of his commitment to the English game, and his willingness to support the league.
It remains to be seen whether Infantino will make any more appearances at Premier League matches in the future, but for now, fans can be sure that the Fifa president is a keen supporter of the English game.