Pepe and Smith Rowe score as more Arsenal players impress for their country

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was one of Arsenal’s stars who scored as the international break gradually comes to a close.

The Gabon star was among the goals as he scored the opener in a 2-0 win over Angola to keep their slim hopes of making the next World Cup alive.

Arsenal reports on its website that the striker also set up the second goal for his teammate, Alex Moussounda, to make the result safe.

Nicolas Pepe was also among the goals as Ivory Coast defeated Malawi 2-1 in Cotonou.

The winger scored the first goal of the game, but their opponents equalised before AC Milan’s Franck Kessie scored the winner.

Emile Smith Rowe was the third Arsenal player who scored for his nation in the last round of matches.

The midfielder scored the only goal as 10-men England Under-21 secured a narrow win over a stubborn Andorra side.

He was the Man of the Match and was replaced later on by his Arsenal teammate, Folarin Balogun.

Martin Odegaard was the captain as Norway defeated Montenegro in their latest game and he was subbed off with 8 minutes left to play.

Mohamed Elneny completed 90 minutes as Egypt beat Libya 3-0 in their latest World Cup qualifying match.

Finally, Karl Hein was in goal as his Estonia national team lost narrowly 1-0 to Wales.

Tags Emile Smith Rowe Nicolas Pepe Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang


  1. Sorry to deviate
    After watching this England match I can’t just believe this hype
    Football is coming home🤣🤣
    Bunch of over rated, over paid and over hyped players and league

    1. England’s fortune of generation of great players sometimes will back fire as we chop and change the first eleven will sometimes be average performance all do tonight was above average

      1. Generation of great players 🤣🤣🤣
        I believe you meant average players with world class egos even without achieving anything

    2. The English press unbelievably biased and bitter as usual,they called Scotland both wins sloppy/lucky…the Wales win scrappy but for England no use of such adjectives to describe a poor disjointed ,wasteful… underperformance/display,I feel sorry for the English fans,being served such c***!

  2. You obviously have something against the English because your not only insulting their players you also insult the best league in the world, that’s the opinion of all football experts managers and players but you know best

  3. Good for the confidence of Auba and Pepe to get on the scoresheet. Also Hein’s performance against Wales was impressive, made a couple of really good saves to keep Estonia in the game against Wales. Unfortunately he couldnt do anything to stop the only goal of the game.

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