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Ian Wright singles out Granit Xhaka for reward after Arsenal beat Brentford and reacts to Ethan Nwaneri debut

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Ian Wright was happy to see Arsenal return to successful methods at Brentford (Image: BBC)

Ian Wright singled out Granit Xhaka for reward after Arsenal’s victory over Brentford and says he was ‘proud’ to see 15-year-old Ethan Nwaneri function and make Premier League historical past.

The Gunners clinched their sixth win in seven top-flight video games this season as they beat Brentford 3-0 due to targets from William Saliba, Gabriel Jesus and Fabio Vieira.

Mikel Arteta’s facet misplaced to Manchester United of their earlier Premier League fixture however returned to successful methods in west London to make sure they sit high of the desk going into the worldwide break.

Xhaka has been in very good kind this season and impressed once more in Sunday’s victory over Brentford, offering a superb cross for Jesus’ objective and usually thwarting Thomas Frank’s facet.

Arsenal legend Wright advised BBC’s Match of the Day: ‘For me, Granit Xhaka is a participant that we’re lastly see play like he does for Switzerland.

‘He’s enjoying ready that fits him, enjoying extra offensively. He’s enjoying with actual authority and confidence.

‘Currently he’s been capable of finding house and from there he might be actually harmful as a result of, for me, he’s obtained simply among the best left-foots within the Premier League.

Granit Xhaka impressed in Arsenal’s 3-0 win in west London (Image: Getty)

‘It’s an amazing cross for the Jesus objective, it’s implausible. He may also do the defensive stuff, he will get again and get his foot in there.

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‘He set the tempo for Arsenal off the ball. I’m actually happy for him as a result of I used to be one among his staunchest critics. However now we’re seeing the very best of Granit Xhaka.’

Arsenal schoolboy Nwaneri grew to become the youngest participant in Premier League historical past when he got here on for a short cameo in opposition to Brentford.

The 15-year-old, who was referred to as up for Arsenal first-team coaching for the primary time on Saturday, broke the document beforehand held by Harvey Elliott.

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‘I’m so happy with that for Arsenal,’ Wright added. ‘To get within the crew at that stage, some individuals would possibly suppose it’s a stunt, however these individuals – Mikel, Per, Edu – aren’t placing him in there for a joke.

‘They’re not going to deliver individuals in only for the sake of it. They suppose very extremely of him, he was enjoying for the U18s when he was 14.

‘What I feel this does is distributed an enormous message to the opposite academy gamers and exhibits them all of them have an opportunity of enjoying in that first crew.’

Arsenal boss Arteta has additionally mentioned Nwaneri’s slice of historical past, telling reporters: ‘It was a sense that I had yesterday, I don’t know why.

‘The primary day I met him I regarded him in his eyes and everybody was telling me about him, Per was telling me about him, and due to the accidents we solely have 12 or 13 senior gamers yesterday to place within the squad and we determined to deliver him, and that’s it.

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‘It’s one step, one expertise, so get pleasure from it and congratulations! It’s only one step and all of the steps in your profession aren’t ahead and you must know that.

‘You’ll be able to go ahead then backwards after which forwards. You fall, you return – that’s, sadly, this business and the soccer profession of any participant.’

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