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Impressed Mikel Arteta hails ‘hunger’ and ‘ability’ of Arsenal ace with possible start vs Burnley looming

Impressed Mikel Arteta hails ‘hunger’ and ‘ability’ of Arsenal ace with possible start vs Burnley looming

Mikel Arteta was joyfull of praise for Eddie Nketiah when questioned on the forward’s chances of beginning in the Premier League against Burnley after impressing in the Europa League win over Dundalk.

The 4-2 win against the Irish outfit on Thursday night assigned Nketiah’s fifth goal of the season, making him the club’s most top scorer across all competitions so far this term.

Arteta stated in his pre-match preview that it was the 21-year-old’s ‘hunger’ and ‘ability’ to score goals ‘regularly’ was the reason that himself and the club decided over loaning Nketiah out this season on.

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The Spaniard added that Nketiah is performing ‘really well’, noting the solid performance over Dundalk, but refusing to mention whether he’d feature against the Clarets in a must-win game.

Since we decided to keep Eddie at the club and not sending him on loan, the main reason was because we saw his hunger and we saw his ability and vision to score goals consistently.”

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“He’s been doing that since he joined the first-team, he’s performance was really well, last night again he was a threat all the time and he has chances and opportunity like everybody else to start the game on Sunday.”

Nketiah has now contributed 12 goals in 54 appearances for Arsenal’s first-team, which is much more better than it comes across (it’s good for a young players regardless) as a lot his action has come as a substitute, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette largely leading the line.

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With the Londoner smashing the England Under-21s record held by legends Alan Shearer and Francis Jeffers, it’s clear that he’s a natural capable goalscorer.

  • Main looking that Arsenal have lost five of their last seven Premier League games, muchly owing to their lack of creativity and thus goals, Nketiah deserves a chance to prove what he is capable of doing, at least to start against Burnley.

 

 

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