Carabao Cup Report: Arsenal v Brentford 26 September 2018

Carabao Cup Report: Arsenal v Brentford 26 September 2018

Carabao Cup Report: Arsenal v Brentford 26 September 2018

The match saw Unai Emery make several changes to his side, handing Smith Rowe, Alex Iwobi and Danny Welbeck starts.

Nico Yennaris captained Brentford at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday as his side faced Arsenal in the third-round of the Carabao Cup, 18 years after being a mascot for the Gunners.

A fine Alan Judge free-kick halved the arrears but, despite Brentford outplaying their hosts for much of the second half, substitute Alexandre Lacazette wrapped up the win in stoppage time.

Arsenal beat Brentford 3-1 on the night to progress to the next round but it was a memorable night for Yennaris, who was a part of the Arsenal academy growing up.

Arsenal have won four successive Premier League games to hoist themselves into sixth spot in the Premier League table above Manchester United. Meanwhile, Mesut Ozil and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have been rested completely by Emery.

"But also, I want the first XI with the performance and I want other players [on the bench], when I am looking back I want to see good players looking forward to help the game for us".

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"Their situation individually with the club is one thing for the club and for them", the Spaniard said.

Former Chelsea FC striker Cascarino is impressed with the Arsenal manager's efforts to play the two strikers in his team.

"I know they have past year of their contract with the team and they are working on speaking with the club, but for me, the focus is only on the performance in each match and every training".

"But for me, the focus is only on the performance and each match, every training".

Each match is very important for the players, they can show us and show every supporter and every person their performance. "The commitments of the players Aaron Ramsey and Danny Welbeck is very high".

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