- Arsenal wonderkid Eddie Nketiah scored four for England against Faroe Islands
- The 18-year-old recently netted twice in just his second appearance for the Gunners’ first-team
- Nketiah’s form for England Under-19s will surely have impressed Arsene Wenger
- READ MORE: Watch: Eddie Nketiah’s Arsenal academy goal compilation shows what a huge talent he is
Arsenal youngster Eddie Nketiah continued his remarkable rise this season with an impressive four-goal haul on England Under-19 duty last night.
The 18-year-old Gunners striker was on target four times and also notched up one assist in a thumping 6-0 victory, just weeks after his eye-catching performance in the Carabao Cup.
Nketiah certainly looks an exciting prospect for Arsenal and England, and will have got fans talking again after running riot against the Faroe Islands yesterday.
England’s Twitter feed posted a video of one of his goals (below), and it’s clear he knows what he’s doing when he gets into the penalty area.
— England (@England) November 8, 2017
— Eddie Nketiah (@EddieNketiah9) November 8, 2017
Is Eddie Nketiah getting closer to the Arsenal first-team?
Speaking after Nketiah’s heroics against Norwich City, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was quoted in the Metro as talking up the teenager’s qualities and future chances.
‘I know that he can score goals and that he has character,’ Wenger said. ‘He is not afraid. He can give and go, and once a player has that in his game, they have a chance.
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‘He has the flair to score, you have to be in the box and he has that. It’s not a quality you can teach at that age.
‘I liked as well the header he scored. He’s not tall, but he got very high. It shows his determination, and shows the guys who want it.’