Arsenal boss Wenger: I was never nervous choosing Nketiah over Alexis

Wenger started his playing career in 1969 with third division side Mutzig the club most famous for playing'best amateur football in Alsace

Wenger started his playing career in 1969 with third division side Mutzig the club most famous for playing'best amateur football in Alsace

Arsenal academy product Eddie Nketiah came off the bench to score twice and rescue his side a 2-1 extra-time win over Norwich City in round four of the EFL Cup on Tuesday.

We face a Norwich City side who've been finding better form in the League Cup rather than the Championship where they've only won one of their last five league games. "He has scored goals at youth level and sometimes I don't know why they let him go".

"I don't know what happened at Chelsea", he told the Daily Mail.

"I don't know why". Life gives a chance to young people and hopefully he will make a long career at Arsenal. Here you have no chance to put an experienced player on, so you try to find a young player who can give you a chance.

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"I always focus on winning trophies in the Premier League and FA Cup domestically, and always used the League Cup as an education for our young players".

Henry, Arsenal's all-time leading goalscorer and now a Sky Sports pundit, tweeted his congratulations to Nketiah. "Until he came on we lacked ideas and creativity". "So happy for him and not surprised at all!" he wrote.

Farke's side created plenty of second-half chances to add to Murphy's well-taken opener but failed to beat Arsenal debutant Matt Macey.

The Portugal worldwide raced towards goal only to be halted by a Mohamed Elneny foul which could easily have seen the Arsenal man dismissed, with referee Andy Madley lenient in his issuing of a yellow card. "That's nearly 100 per cent 2-0 and then we're in the next round", Farke said. I was impressed by the defensive performance of Norwich and so you sit there on the bench and think 'What can we do to be a bit more dangerous?'. "To accept this decision is really hard".

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