Tomas Rosicky picked up his 100th cap for the Czech Republic on Saturday.

The midfielder, who has suffered a number of serious injuries throughout his career, passed the milestone with a full 90 minutes against Latvia as his country drew 1-1 thanks to a last minute equaliser from Vaclav Pilar.

Tom made his international debut against the Republic of Ireland when he was just 19-years-old.

Coming in 2000, the little Mozart has taken part in three Euro’s and one World Cup and has scored a total of 22 goals.

He was made captain of his country in 2006.

Out of contract next summer, Tom recently admitted that he considered leaving the club in January for the first time due to a lack of playing time.

He is expected to sit down with the management at Arsenal to discuss his future and you’d be hard pressed to find an Arsenal fan that wouldn’t love to see him stay at the club.

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