Emile Smith Rowe is the second player in Arsenal History to reach double figures for the season with his goal Against Brentford on Saturday.
The 21 year old begun his senior club playing career with Arsenal in 2018 under Unai Emery. He later joined RB Leipzig on loan on Jan 2019 and later Huddersfield on season 2019-2020.
Smith Rowe joined Arsenal's Hale End Academy in 2010 at the age of ten, after playing for South London-based side Glebe.He made his first appearance for the Under-23s in 2016–17, at the age of 16. He continued in the Under-23s during the 2017–18 season, making 10 appearances for the side, recorded 2 assists and 1 goal.
The English attacking Mid scored an opening goal in Yesterday's win 2-1 helping the Gunners to continue fighting for top four position with Man United one point ahead on position 4 with 2 games in hand.Smith Rowe put the home side ahead in the 48th minute after a hard-fought first half. Later Saka scored the second goal to seal the 3 points for Gunners.
His goal makes him the fast player to emerge from Hale End to score 10 goals after Fabregas within a season. Fabregas made his first team debut in 2003 at the age of 16 years. In 2009/2010 Fabregas scored 19 goals in 36 appearances.
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