Video Highlights: Arsenal v Sheffield United – Gunners dominate with Nketiah the hat-trick hero

In a dominant display, Arsenal dismantled Sheffield United, the league’s bottom-placed team, with a resounding 5-0 victory. Eddie Nketiah emerged as the standout performer, showcasing his prowess by netting his first and spectacular hat-trick for the Gunners.

Right from the kickoff, Arsenal asserted control, dictating play and creating numerous chances. Nketiah’s first goal came in the 28th minute, displaying exceptional skill as he received a cross from an awkward angle and coolly slotted it past the goalkeeper. The second half saw Nketiah double the lead just five minutes in, unleashing a powerful shot from close range. He then sealed his hat-trick in emphatic fashion, unleashing a thunderous 25-yard strike that nestled into the top corner.

The onslaught didn’t end there. Fabio Vieira, after earning a penalty through his own industrious play, confidently converted from the spot, adding to Sheffield United’s misery. Takehiro Tomiyasu completed the rout, capitalizing on a stoppage-time corner to slot the ball into the net.

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  1. A professional display, am please with the meaningful rotation and the convincing win at the end.

    Hopefully Eddie pay packages will be now put to rest.

    1. He had a fantastic game no doubt, let’s hope he keeps it up

      How do you figure that it will be put to rest? It’s his lack of consistency that’s questioned, not ability. Keeping in mind this Blades team is very poor at the moment. Let’s look at the facts:

      Previous 9 games:

      Goals – 0
      Assists – 1 (EFL)
      Mins – 504

      1 game against the worst team in EPL doesn’t out it to rest but he has the ability to be great.

      1. PJ-SA you are right in that he needs to find that consistency.

        His touch and finish for the opening goal proved he can do the job, though it was against the rock bottom Blades.

        He’s at the required level and when you look at his stats over several years , it’s clear he’s got an eye for goal, with opportunities and proper service this lad is going to score goals.

  2. Yeh fair play to him but let’s put it in perspective his goals are against a bottom of table team that are very very poor he is not a striker that will score you 20-25 prem goals and until he starts scoring consistently against the top teams then the jury will remain out still feel we need to go and buy a top striker to take us to the next level currently with Eddie and Jesus we do not have that and will never win the prem league with them 2 as your main strikers!

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