Wilshere Starts - Arsenal's Likely 3-4-2-1 XI vs Norwich City

Wilshere Starts - Arsenal's Likely 3-4-2-1 XI vs Norwich City

Wilshere Starts - Arsenal's Likely 3-4-2-1 XI vs Norwich City

Arsenal could face a similar probe to City as they too brought on two subs in extra time as they knocked Norwich out of the competition last night.

That sent the tie into extra-time, where Nketiah headed home to seal a memorable Emirates Stadium debut and put Arsene Wenger's side into tonight's quarter-final draw. "He has scored goals at youth level and sometimes I don't know why they let him go".

Norwich contacted Ogogo, who is planning a boxing comeback after an eye injury, and said in a statement: 'We have a zero-tolerance policy on racism.

"I know that he has character and is not afraid".

"I always used [the League Cup] to give a chance to young boys", Wenger added. "We are proud to give young players a chance".

"I don't know what happened at Chelsea", Wenger told reporters. We're happy to have him.

Henry, Arsenal's all-time leading goalscorer and now a Sky Sports pundit, tweeted his congratulations to Nketiah.

"I can't remember a young player having such an impact in a game like that".

Norwich City defeated Ipswich Town 1-0 on Sunday and are in sixth place in the EFL Championship.

Daniel Farke's Norwich took a surprise lead with Murphy latching onto a superb through ball from Sunday's East Anglian derby match-winner James Maddison before finishing past debutant Matt Macey with a cute dink.

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. You see that more and more.

"I'm not a guy who calls for red cards, but this situation because we were one on one with the goalkeeper. To accept this decision is really hard".

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