Arsenal's young guns played Manchester United and the supporters were equally keen to monitor the performances of their emerging stars who are expected to be future first-team players in years to come.
The gunners comfortably strolled to a comfortable three-one win courtesy of a brace from Falorin Balogun and midfielder Charlie Patino with United scoring their consolation goal through Shola Shoretire.
It is however Arsenal's attacking midfielder Charlie Patino that has stolen the plaudits with his goal as he fights to regain possession from a United player before jiggling past veteran united center-back Phil Jones and evaded another sliding tackle before dinking the ball on top of a stranded Dean Henderson.
In a video shared by football London correspondent Chris Wheatley, Arsenal fans have been left impressed with the heroics by the academic prospect and feel he should be permanently earning a first-team berth.
Some supporters have likened him to fan-favorite Jack Wilshere and there is a buzz around the Emirates stadium that Patino could be the next academy star to graduate from the famous Hale End academy.
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