Cazorla announced earlier this week of his intention to move on at the end of the season, after restarting his career at his old club following a succession of ankle problems while at Arsenal.
It was thought he would never play again at one stage, but he has bounced back in sensational style at the age of 35 and enjoyed one of his best-ever seasons.
Cazorla will likely play out the rest of his days with a lucrative contract in the Middle East, with Qatar at the moment his most likely destination.
His team-mate Bruno also feared he would never play again, having missed up to three years through a succession of serious injuries.
But the pandemic has given him the opportunity to go on a farewell tour, playing 170 minutes in six substitute appearances during the restart, and the 36-year-old can now go into retirement.
Guard of honour from both sets of players for Santi Cazorla and Bruno Soriano at the end of Villarreal vs Eibar. They've both just played their final minutes for *their* club. pic.twitter.com/BWk1d1xzZb— Euan McTear (@emctear) July 19, 2020