Mikel Arteta has identified a good coordination of players that will contribute to Arsenal's success this season. Mikel Arteta revealed on Arsenal's official website that a coordination between Smith Rowe and Nicolas Pepe was unexpected but it proved to be very promising.
Mikel Arteta alluded that when you want to bring the best out of Pepe, then you have to play him alongside Smith Rowe. Pepe and Smith Rowe's performance contributed largely Arsenal's 1-0 victory over Norwich City. Pepe performed well. He had good command of the match and dominated in possessing the ball. Nicolas Pepe performance was boosted by presence of Smith Rowe. The wonderkid ensured that Pepe is served with the ball. The coordination of Pepe and Smith Rowe posed danger on the opponents.
Mikel Arteta will try the same players in the next clash so as to see if Arsenal will record another second win of the season. The fans also believes that such a combination of players will perfom their best.
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