“I got it wrong” – Pundit admits he was wrong about Arsenal star and backs him to play for England soon

Former Chelsea striker Chris Sutton has praised Arsenal forward Eddie Nketiah. The Englishman previously thought his compatriot could not replace the Gunners’ injured No.9 Gabriel Jesus.

However, he has now admitted that Nikita is a suitable striker for the north London side. Sutton wrote in his column for the Daily Mail:

“But on Eddie Nketiah, I got it wrong. I called Gabriel Jesus ‘unreplaceable’ when he was injured. I thought Arsenal would struggle without him. Admit it, you probably did too. His high press. His link-up play. His creativity. His leadership, coming from a Manchester City club that demands nothing less than winning.”

He added:

“They were all key to Arsenal becoming surprise title contenders and suddenly, Mikel Arteta has to face months without those attributes. Yes, I thought he would struggle. But Naktia has convinced me and many others. People have been proven wrong.

Sutton also claimed that England manager Gareth Southgate will be closely monitored. Point After his impressive performance in the Premier League.

“England manager Gareth Southgate could just love him. For so long, we’ve been wondering who could deputize for Harry Kane. Callum Wilson? Dominic Calvert-Lyon? Ivan Toney? Danny Ings? Well, How about the guy who took over from Alan Shearer and Francis Jeffers as England’s under-21 record goalscorer? Goes to show why all is not lost if we lose Kane. Is.

Jesus suffered a knee injury in Brazil’s FIFA World Cup campaign, and Nikita has proven his worth in his absence.

The English forward grabbed a brace in Arsenal’s 3-2 win. Manchester United On January 22. He is currently their top scorer in all competitions with nine goals in 25 appearances.


“Your heart always goes a little bit” – Eddy Nketiah on VAR wait before last-minute goal in Arsenal v Manchester United

During weaponAgainst the Red Devils at the Emirates, Nikitia scored his second goal of the game in the 90th minute. The Gunners had to wait before celebrating as a VAR check was underway for possible offside.

In the end the goal was awarded and the hosts secured all three points thanks to Nikitia. After the game, he told Sky Sports:

“I saw (Lesandro) Martinez close to me so I thought I was out but when you see that purple screen come up your heart always goes a little bit. You can see how much we can win. And how bad we want it for ourselves and our fans. We kept pushing and thankfully we got the goal.

The Gunners have enjoyed an extraordinary campaign in the Premier League this season, sitting five points clear of Manchester City at the top of the table.

They will next face City in the fourth round. The FA Cup On January 27

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