Gary Lineker has praised Bukayo Saka after making a fine impact against Everton in the Premier League.
Arsenal went up to ninth after a 3-2 win over the Toffees, who had been in fine form under Carlo Ancelotti.
And the Merseyside outfit started off the match perfectly when Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored an overhead kick after 55 seconds.
The Gunners were in a spot of bother before Mikel Arteta was forced into an early sub.
Sead Kolasinac came off with a shoulder injury for Saka, who made an instant impact.
The 18-year-old whipped in a perfect ball for fellow youngster Eddie Nketiah to score the equaliser.
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And Match of the Day host Lineker was full of praise for the youngster on social media.
He tweeted: "Wonderful cross from the very exciting young talent that is Bukayo Saka. Expertly finished too by Eddie Nketiah."
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang placed one past Jordan Pickford soon after to take the lead before Richarlison netted seconds before half-time.
The Gabon international grabbed his second moments after the restart to see all three points secured.
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And Lineker was again full of praise, this time for the Arsenal forward.
He said: "There are some players that when they’re one-on-one with the keeper, you just know they’ll score. @Aubameyang7 is one of them. Master of his craft."
It comes amid interest in him from Barcelona but Arteta reckons he can persuade him to stay at north London.
"They are completely right to want [Aubameyang] because he is a superb player," he said.
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"It's right that big teams like him. Hopefully we can convince him this is right place to be.
"I think it's been tough for him because he has big expectations. He wants to play in the biggest competitions and with the best players. We have to help him do that. He needs to feel fulfilled.
"He is our most important player, no doubt the impact he has in this team. We will have to convince him to stay with us."
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