Video – Arsenal 5-0 Nottingham Forest full highlights including all goals

Last night Arsenal ran out comprehensive 5-0 winners aginst Championship outfit Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup at the Emirates stadium.

There was a start for Rob Holding who ended the game captain and a goalscorer, a first-team debut for left-back Kieran Tierney and a return to action for Hector Bellerin.

Youngster Gabriel Martinelli put in a man of the match performance with a brace and Calum Chambers ended up with three assists.

There were also some impressive performances from the likes of Saka, Nelson and it has to be said, Mustafi.

Overall, it was a good all-round team performance and the official video from the Arsenal Youtube channel is well worth a view.

43 Comments

  1. El kaissi says:

    So much article written on this win already, let’s move onto the next one.

    1. Bur says:

      I agree after all it was Forest we beat (no disrespect) Not city.

  2. Bur says:

    I agree after all it was Forest we beat (no disrespect) Not city.

  3. Agu Emen says:

    Ikea Arsenal is the 9th strongest squad in the league.
    When we get Hector and Kieran fully fit we will
    perhaps be the 7th strongest squad in the league.
    Leno is average at best.
    Luiz Mustafi Socratis are accidents waiting to happen.
    Holding Mavro we don’t know they have not played much.
    Chambers is in his 8th season in the PL and still “learning”
    Xhaka is a plodder like Arteta.
    Torreira is a budget Ngolo Kante.
    Everything about our central defence is IKEA permanent sale.
    IKEA can get you past a weak Forest who never pressed
    never got in our face and never fired a shot.
    IKEA Arsenal though is easy pickings for any side who presses.
    A win at Man U would be a miracle, a draw fantastic
    a 1 or 2 goal loss quite good for IKEA Arsenal defence.
    IKEA Arseal should be in the relegation zone.
    Unai continues to achieve miracles with Ikea Arsenal.

    1. Lenohappy says:

      Did you really sit down and type that or you just copy and paste it from somewhere, because no sane person should would type what and post that.

      1. Phil says:

        Sounds like it was written by some plank who is struggling to put an IKEA kitchen together.Sounds about right seeing who wrote it

    2. Nonny says:

      This guy talks like he knows anything full of trash

      1. Eddie Hoyte says:

        SMH, you guys have the time to reply him. He’s a troll who I don’t take serious anymore. Whenever he types, all he spew is poo.
        Save yourselves the stress and just scroll by when next you see his comments

        1. ozziegunner says:

          Someone loan Agu a screw driver. There is a screw loose and it’s not in the Ikea furnature.

    3. Gunnerphilic says:

      @Agu. I think you have zero respect for this club and the players going by this post, and I hope this is only meant as a joke.

      There is actually no use responding to this. That I just did is enough pain.

    4. A J says:

      On commission from IKEA !

      Nonsense post.

      Still, his opinion.

    5. ken1945 says:

      Just because your team lost to Colchester, don’t try and start rebuilding ours with your ikea quotes,.

      You’ve been well and truly sussed, so bu@@er off down to B and Q and buy some air fresheners for your toilet bowl.

      1. A J says:

        Pochettino’s next job.

        Kitchen planner for ………

        You got it – IKEA !

  4. Tom says:

    I think it is important to highlight a key point. Our squad is the youngest in the EPL and is only getting younger.

    Let’s not forget the start of the season pre season and players like Burtons was getting a look at with the first team. Baka is ahead of schedule in my opinion which shows his talent. United talk about Greenwood but Saka has already got stats.
    We have a list. Martinelli, Nkieth, ESR, Medley…Willock, Nelson, Gendouzi

    But with all this youth and new management there will be disturbance. Hopefully when it settles we see proper structure.

    Clubs know we will give away chances. So if we sure up this side, it will play into our hands. Yesterday I saw Tierney win the ball inside left on the edge of our box and then run the length of the field with the ball and got it into a wide attacking position.

    Yesterday we scored 5 goals deep into stoppage time. City did it against Watford within 20 mins. So, we have a long way to go if we do that – but in fairness we just need to worry about concentration then scoring 5 goals. Besides, it’s been 5 months since the last time we didnt score. We will be ok here.

    I feel like from the group of fit defenders, we have the right ones to be top and others to support and give squad depth.

    We seem to win games we shouldn’t so the signs of growth looks good. Yesterday was the only time this season we won and looked like we should win. It’s that different type of winning feeling that we like. It will come.

    Feels like a George Gramham underbelly steel being built with a brushstrokes of Wenger.

  5. S.J says:

    LDDWWW.

    A draw against man.u won’t be a very bad result though.

    1. Sue says:

      Sod a draw, I want a win! 😁

  6. Gunnerphilic says:

    Why no one thinks we will beat ManU is a mystery. I think this is misplaced respect. They are really in disarray right now and I think, given the right attitude, it might just be payback time for them with Arsenal.

    If we get our team selection and balance right and the boys show up with the correct attitude of wanting all three points, there is no stopping us.

    We can do it.

    1. Ackshay says:

      We get Liverpool away next round damn

  7. RSH says:

    United are there for the taking. Only a win is acceptable.

    1. Gunnerphilic says:

      @RSH,πŸ‘
      And they know it!

  8. Sue says:

    Oh FFS Liverpool away πŸ™„ oh marvellous

    1. Ackshay says:

      Bye bye carabao cup, was nice to meet you

      1. Sue says:

        πŸ˜­πŸ˜‚

    2. Declan says:

      Back to reality eh Sue? Anyway, there’s still the FA Cup yo look forward to.😳

      1. Sue says:

        Oh Declan, what a horror draw… i can’t stand them….
        Yes, i do have a soft spot for the FA Cup!

        1. ozziegunner says:

          Arsenal, if they do lose to Liverpool, will do it on the football field, not on this forum. No one should ever consider defeat, before the game is played. Remember Stephen Bradbury in the Olympic’s speed scathing!

    3. RSH says:

      play the same team he did yesterday and I guarentee the performance would be better than the one this season.

      1. Sue says:

        Absolutely, RSH… πŸ‘πŸ‘ (still gutted though… why couldn’t we have had Colchester??!)

        1. RSH says:

          Agree Sue. And our schedule was getting pretty easier around that time, but guess not. Hope the boys are up for the challenge. Anything can happen in cup games and LFC will probably rest some of their starters too.

          1. Sue says:

            πŸ‘ there’s a glimmer of hope!!

  9. Nonny says:

    Why do man city always get a favourable cup tie’s do they pay for that

    LIVERPOOL vs ARSENAL

    OXFORD vs SUNDERLAND

    CHELSEA vs MAN UTD

    CRAWLEY TOWN vs COLCHESTER

    BURTON vs LEICESTER

    MAN CITY vs SOUTHAMPTON

    ASTON VILLA vs WOLVES

    EVERTON vs WATFORD

    1. Gunnerphilic says:

      Do they pay to get the favourable draws? Probably. With the dodgy,ultra-secretive alliance between the English FA, PGMO and the mainstream media, who knows?

      How come ALL the top teams face each other and they are the only team left to face a team way, way below them? It might be happenstance or a miracle of chance. Who knows?

      But then, who wants knows whether this is not a set up for an immense giant-killing of massive proportions? It is not an absolute given that history will not be made. That is the reality of cup games.

      Would be nice though, to witness such David and Goliath scenario…

  10. Nonny says:

    Liverpool match will be interesting Arsenal have a better chance I can’t see klopp Risking his key players for this game and if it comes down to who have the better youth team then they will be in for a trashing the only problem they will like to preserve their home former and risk some of their stars

  11. Viju Jacob says:

    I hope our boys play fearless football against Liverpool at Anfield. Fervently hoping that we go on the offensive from the word go.

  12. Lenohappy says:

    The Liverpool youth team cannot stand against our own, if kloop make the mistake of resting his stars then believe me they are in for a trashing.

  13. Adeski says:

    So it is Liverpool vs Arsenal At Anfield ……lol
    We don’t even like the look of that trophy anyways….it is ugly 🀣🀣🀣

    1. Gunnerphilic says:

      @Adeski,🀣

      But seriously, games are not won or lost on the pages of this forum, like @Ozziegunner said earlier. I am a firm believer that Liverpool knows what they are up against IF we play to our strength.

      Nobody should entertain any fear of that lot, certainly not our boys. God help them if these boys play without fear. Respect them too much, they crucify you. Refuse to fear them, playing to your strength, they fear you. They know what Arsenal is capable of doing to ANY team they handle.

      Our boys should just play their game without fear, cut out silly mistakes and take the game to them. We might just be the first team to de-mistify that lot.

  14. S says:

    Crawley Vs Colchester? Me thinks one of them will do a Bradford. We could beat Liverpool just to lose to one of those

  15. Gunnerphilic says:

    Do they pay to get the favourable draws? Probably. With the dodgy,ultra-secretive alliance between the English FA, PGMO and the mainstream media, who knows?

    How come ALL the top teams face each other and they are the only team left to face a team way, way below them? It might be happenstance or a miracle of chance. Who knows?

    But then, who wants knows whether this is not a set up for an immense giant-killing of massive proportions? It is not an absolute given that history will not be made. That is the reality of cup games.

    Would be nice though, to witness such David and Goliath scenario…

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