Arsenal fans were impressed by Smith Rowe performance during England U-21's 2-2 draw with Slovenia U-21 in the European Championship qualifier. Smith Rowe has made a bright start to the season for Arsenal contributing a goal and an assist in seven Premier League appearances. His good form earned him a call up to the England U-21 side for just the third time.
The Arsenal prodigy had an excellent outing in the England U-21 game and nearly scored the winner in the latter stages of the match. But his acrobatic effort was picked around the post by the Slovenian goalkeeper. Needless to say, Arsenal fans were ecstatic to see Smith Rowe fulfill his potential and raved about him on Twitter.
Arsenal fans were also pleased to see three of their youngsters, Emile Smith Rowe, Tyreece John-Jules and Folarin Balogun, together on the pitch at the same time. Despite sending out a team packed with young talents, England U-21 could only manage a 2-2 draw against Slovenia U-21. The Young Lions were 2-0 ahead but threw their lead away later.
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