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Arsenal Hero Eddie Nketiah was almost in tears as he delivers a heart touching interview after the recent sad news that just happened in his family

Arsenal Hero Eddie Nketiah was almost in tears as he delivers a heart touching interview after the recent sad news that just happened in his family

“I scored three goals and dedicated my time to wasting my talent on the bench if Jesus hadn’t been injured.”- Legend of Arsenal After hearing the recent devastating news about his family, Eddie Nketiah gave a heartfelt interview while nearly crying.

Eddie Nketiah’s moving hat-trick tribute after the family tragedy that befell the Arsenal star.

Eddie Nketiah saved Arsenal’s season on Saturday by scoring a hat-trick against Sheffield United, keeping Mikel Arteta’s team undefeated in the league.

Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah paid tribute to his aunt, who passed away last month, with his first Premier League hat-trick.

Due to an injury, academy graduate Gabriel Jesus replaced injured teammate Gabriel Jesus in the starting lineup for Saturday’s match against Sheffield United. After breaking the scoreless draw with the relegation-rivals, he added goals for Arsenal’s second and third, as they won 5-0 with goals from Takehiro Tomiyasu and Fabio Vieira.

With his treble, Nketiah joins Evan Ferguson, Olly Watkins, Son Heung-min, Erling Haaland (twice), and Evan Ferguson as the only other Premier League players to have accomplished the feat. Additionally, it helped Mikel Arteta’s team get closer to league leaders Tottenham, who triumphed over Crystal Palace on Friday night.

Nketiah declared, “It’s incredible,” following his hat-trick against Match of the Day. “These three goals are dedicated to my aunt, who passed away last month; it hasn’t been easy.” Her family was there to celebrate this important occasion.

“In these games, losing discipline is less important than patience.” Dec [Rice] had a fantastic ball, and I had a great touch and finish to score the first goal.

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“I thought the second one was going well, but it’s never pleasant to see the purple VAR screen come up.” The third was excellent, featuring a fantastic strike and a lovely occasion.

If Nketish had converted the penalty Arsenal was awarded in the final five minutes, he could have added a fourth goal. As an alternative, he passed the ball to Vieira, who scored his first goal in nearly a year.

He remarked, “My first thought was to grab the ball and run, but Fabio won it and it was a great moment.” “It all comes down to teamwork.” He seized the opportunity to shine because it was his moment.

Nketiah now has five goals for the season. These were his first goals since a 2-2 draw with Fulham in August. It also helped Arsenal have an undefeated start to the season, though they currently have 24 points, three fewer than they did at the same stage last year.

On Wednesday, Arsenal will play their second Carabao Cup match, traveling to West Ham. The next matchup is against Newcastle, who has won its past three home league games without giving up a goal, at St. James’ Park.

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