Arsenal's top striker Alexander Lacazette made impressive performance on Wednesday during the Carabao cup match against Afc Wimbledon. The Frenchman netted a brilliant penalty kick thus taking the Gunners ahead by one goal in the first half.
Two more goals from Smith Rowe and Eddie Nketiah was able to separate the two teams. Lacazette did what was expected of him. Being a senior player and captain at the same time was not an easy job for the Frenchman. Lacazette leadership was successful since Arsenal won the match by 3-0 and he was one of the scorers. The fans loved the manner in which he coordinated his teammates. He showed best captainship skills.
Arsenal win over Afc Wimbledon takes them to the fourth round of the competition. Carabao cup is among trophies aimed by Arsenal and they will do all the best to win it. Arsenal has won two matches in Carabao competition and they will continue fighting for the best. Congratulations to Arsenal for such wonderful performance.
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