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Arteta: I have not been fair to humble and hungry Nketiah

The younger proved the Gunners match-victor at Stamford Bridge in an outcome that stirred their Champions League dreams

Mikel Arteta has admitted that he hasn't dealt with Eddie Nketiah honestly after the striker terminated two goals in Arsenal's huge win over Chelsea.

Nketiah scored a goal in one or the other portion of Arsenal's 4-2 win, with that success moving the club right once again into the race for a best four spot.

Also, after the match, Arteta loaded praise on his young striker, who he says must be more persistent than anticipated because of an absence of chances.

"What Eddie has done this evening is a result of how he has helped the most recent 10 months and nobody has seen," he told the BBC."I shared with him I haven't been fair. I ought to have been playing him more. We have different issues also and that has not been simple. In any case, he merited totally what has been going on with him this evening."

He added to Sky Sports: "When you see him in training and how modest and hungry he is, positive things happen to great people. In the event that I'm glad for anybody it is particularly him since I know what he has had to deal with.

"The equivalent with Elneny and Rob Holding. For that reason we dominated the match today. I love the soul of these players. Whenever you lose matches you get scrutinized yet for these players it is worth the effort. They are truly developing.”

After initially coming up through Chelseas academy, Nketiah joined Arsenal in 2015 subsequent to being delivered by the Blues.

Hes included multiple times for the club with the 22-year-old presently having 20 all out objectives for the club.

Nketiah has to a great extent been a piece part player under Arteta, however, with Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang generally liked over the last couple of seasons.

With Aubameyang now at Barcelona, however, the entryway is open for Nketiah to work off of Wednesdays endeavors as Arsenal seek after a main four spot.

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