Forward Eddie Nketiah of Arsenal (R) celebrates with teammates after scoring the winning goal against Bayern Munich during their International Champions Cup football match at the Dignity Health Stadium in Carson, California on July 17, 2019.
These kids will not drive us into the Champions League, these are not an Ajax bunch and the reality is that they are not the answer to the underlying issues with the team.
The two sides made wholesale changes throughout the second half, with much of Arsenal's stronger, more experienced players coming on.
Eddie Nketiah who has been impressive in the previous two matches continued with his form as he scored two more goals in this game and he will certainly hope that this gives Unai Emery second thoughts about loaning him to a Championship club as reports are saying that he could sent out on a season long loan.
Arsenal's new technical director Edu has challenged the Gunners to find a winning mentality as they bid to erase memories of last season's disappointments. We are waiting. We have very good players.
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"We are aware we need to improve some players in this squad".
"Really I am with patience because we want to choose the best solution", he said after Arsenal's 3-0 pre-season win over Fiorentina.
'There are a lot of names and the club is working.
With Arsenal yet to make a major signing in the summer transfer window, coach Unai Emery has instead utilised some of the young talent at his disposal in the USA, and has been rewarded as all eight of Arsenal's pre-season goals have been scored by youngsters.
"In December, we were thinking of loaning or not loaning the player to Germany and we decided he should stay with us to train and progress with us. That was important because at the time winning was important, but you have to enjoy it as well and we did that with our group". "You build a good mentality", Edu said in an interview with Arsenal Media, his first since returning to the club. "The minutes, you have to earn, and at the moment, he's played well".