Arsenal forward Eddie Nketiah was not impressive against PSV in the Europa League

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Arsenal won 1-0 against PSV Eindhoven in their Europa League game. However, the forward Eddie Nketiah was not impressive for them.

Therefore, he will continue to start the games from the bench. Although, he will try to improve his game with the help of Mikel Arteta.


Arsenal defeated PSV Eindhoven 1-0 in the Europa League. However, the game provided limited chances for both teams going forward. The Gunners were the dominant side of the two. However, they could not make their possession count. Although, the goal from Granit Xhaka was enough for them to win the game against the Dutch giants.

Arsenal was also defensively brilliant again. The win has also made it clear that the Gunners are going to fight for all the possible trophies this season. Mikel Arteta will be looking to his squad to produce more of the same performances this season. However, he will hope that Eddie Nketiah forgets this game quickly. The young forward performed badly against PSV Eindhoven.


Arsenal players played well to win the game against PSV. However, one Gunners player was not up to his standard. The player is young forward Eddie Nketiah. Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Jesus both started the match. However, Eddie played on the left wing in the game. Although, the experiment did not work this match.

He failed to create any chances. Hence, his performances was slated by many experts. Many fans also said that the forward missed the perfect chance to impress Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta. Hence, he will now have to get back to basics to improve his game. He will have to work with the manager and the coaching staff to stake out a claim to start in the Premier League.

It is important to remember that Eddie Nketiah has signed a long-term contract with Arsenal. Hence, it is clear that Arteta and the owners trust the development of the forward. The forward has also said he is ready to compete with Gabriel Jesus for the starting forward spot.

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