Any Arsenal player scoring two late goals to seal their route through to the next round of a cup is guaranteed to get hyped up.
From Jeremie Aliadiere to Park Chu-Young, the Gunners have a special talent at blooding youngsters in the League Cup.
This year it’s the turn of Eddie Nketiah, who lit up the Emirates on Tuesday night with two late goals against Norwich to win the game for the Gunners.
So before the hype train fully leaves the station, we thought we’d alert you to this selection of highlights from earlier this year.
Nketiah bagged a hat-trick for Arsenal’s Under-18 side against Manchester City in April this year.
The game ended 4-3, with Nketiah showing off an impressive array of finishing talents and some classic Wengerball technique for his third goal.
Watch the video below:
Nketiah’s record for the Arsenal youth set-up is highly impressive – in 16 games for the Under-18 side he scored 15 times, while he bagged nine in 20 games for the Under-23s.
He made his debut for the Gunners earlier this campaign, playing a solitary minute for Arsene Wenger’s side in their 4-2 victory over BATE Borisov in the Europa League.
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