Emile Smith Rowe
Arsenal’s 21-year-old attacker Emile Smith Rowe can be assumed to be Arsenal’s second greatest asset after Bukayo Saka. His presence in Arsenal’s attack has been primal as he is ever instigating forward forays for the Gunners. He is Arsenal's main dribbler and ball carrier, a clear contrast from the now number 10 Martin Odegaard who is the game opener and vision passer.
From yesterday’s performance, it can safely be assumed that Arsenal have now found the perfect first eleven, particularly the attack. Counterattacking football seems to be the favorable approach for Arteta since all the three early goals against Tottenham were scored by quick runs towards the opponent’s defense and making decisive and sharp passes. A new Arsenal side has officially been created.
Hale End is producing world-class players who have won the hearts of football fans. The likes of Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka are just some of the few examples. Charlie Patino is another talented player who may just take the center stage at Arsenal if he impresses Mikel Arteta in the Under 23 league.
The 17-year-old has recently been training with the senior team and fans believe that Arteta is trying to induce him into the first-team squad. He may as well be the replacement of Joe Willock who was signed by Newcastle United about a month ago. Although he has a small body frame, his pace and vision for passing are unmatched in the Under 23 squad. He however lacks experience which will make his promotion to the Senior team very difficult.
Former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga is apparently an Arsenal fan and he showed just how delighted he was by yesterday’s win in his Twitter account. He lauded the players for their efforts in the game which earned them three crucial points. Arsenal’s win yesterday seems to have lit up the mood all over the globe as other dignitaries and important international figures boasted online over Arsenal’s win.
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