Footage: Arsenal sensation Hutchinson reminds Arteta of talents with solo goal in brilliant display vs Chelsea
Arsenal starlet Omari Hutchinson has taken to social media on Sunday evening, to unveil highlights of his stellar individual display during a recent U23s meeting with Chelsea.
For those not aware, attacking midfielder has long been viewed as one of the finest up-and-coming talents on the books of Premier League giants Arsenal.
The 18-year-old has already been spotted training alongside Mikel Arteta’s first-team stars on several occasions already this term, but, for the most part, plies his trade with the club’s U23s.
And it was during his most recent appearance for Kevin Betsy’s men that Hutchinson provided onlookers with yet another reminder of the remarkable ability possessed within his dancing feet.
Arsenal’s Academy outfit played host to their Chelsea counterparts on Friday night, in a crunch Premier League 2 derby.
And, as showcased in the footage below, the former’s diminutive midfield prodigy was at the very top of his game throughout, bagging a brilliant individual goal, whilst keeping Chelsea’s backline on their heels courtesy of his quick feet, even quicker thinking, pace and dribbiling abilities:
Doing what I love ❤️🤙🏾 @ArsenalAcademy @golazo1st pic.twitter.com/y7l8dGNxmR
— Omari Hutchinson (@omarihutch7) February 6, 2022
Hutchinson’s performance at Meadow Park on Friday proved far from Arsenal’s only impressive individual effort, though.
Another angle of Hutchinson’s goal. Look where he picks it up. pic.twitter.com/xk7T4bs2Xy
— Dan Critchlow (@afcDW) February 4, 2022
This comes with Betsy’s troops having thoroughly impressed, on their way to an eventual 3-1 triumph over capital rivals Chelsea.
Also on the scoresheet in spectacular fashion was the highly-regarded Salah-Eddine Oulad M’Hand, who continued his fine recent spell of form courtesy of a moment of magic to add the Gunners’ 2nd just beyond the hour mark:
Salah-Eddine’s goal for #AFCU23 against Chelsea tonight 🔥 pic.twitter.com/OLO5bhNGV5
— Chris Wheatley (@ChrisWheatley_) February 4, 2022
Zach Awe, meanwhile, too managed to find the net, as Arsenal’s U23s climbed back up to 3rd in the Premier League 2 table.
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