The Spaniard scored for his country against the Three Lions on Friday night.
Indeed, the 30-year-old scored a fine goal and delivered a fine performance after coming on as a first-half substitute, with Spain beating the Three Lions 2-0 in Alicante.
Arsenal fans were perhaps even happier to see Cazorla play well than Spain supporters, after the midfielder's poor display in the north Lonon derby against Tottenham Hotspur. Arsene Wenger said the Spaniard felt dizzy during that first match, hence his performance.
But, here, when he was brought on instead of being taken off, Cazorla did the business. The Gunners playmaker's goal wasn't the most impressive of the night but it was still one to remember.
Arsenal fans also praised Olivier Giroud, meanwhile, after the France striker netted against Germany. Events in Paris overshadowed the game itself, of course, and our thoughts are with all those affected by Friday night's tragedy.
Here's a selection of the Arsenal Twitter reaction, with the praise pouring in for 30-year-old Cazorla, as well as Giroud:
Cazorla's finish was insanely good! Giroud getting on to the score sheet bodes well for us too. #afc P.s: England still suck— Sullivan Nörönha (@sull_noronha) November 13, 2015
Cazorla's finish was quality tbh, good to see him getting back into form #AFC— Patrick Timmons (@PatrickTimmons1) November 13, 2015
Cazorla and Giroud both scored and no injuries so far #AFC— Ben Cave (@ben10cave) November 13, 2015
Giroud and cazorla score for there countries tonight, same again next weekend will do nicely lads #afc— Ryan McCloud (@ryangooner25) November 13, 2015