Arsenal qualified for the fourth round of the FA Cup thanks to a 3-0 win over league one side Afc Wimbledon at the Emirates of Wednesday night.
The gunners continued their winning streak and once again keeping a clean sheet which will make Mikel Arteta quite proud though they have not face that much of deadly teams in the last few games.
However, you can only beat what is in front of you and at the moment it is good progress that can help grow confidence into the players ahead of tougher games with Liverpool around the corner in the Premier League.
Once again, it was the wonder kid Smith Rowe who proved his worth to the club and changed the game for Arsenal when he came on alongside Bukayo Saka.
Smith Rowe has been one of Arsenal's best players and he is living up to the big task of wearing the number 10.
His good performance was capped off with a fine goal from close range in the 77th minute leaving Arsenal fans quite happy as they also hailed his individual brilliance.
Arteta will hope that Smith keeps his good form this season and maintains the consistency to at least make this season more fruitful.
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