Young Gunners face holders in Youth Cup semi-finals
Arsenal face FA Youth Cup holders Manchester City in the semi-final as a reward for their stunning win at Spurs in the previous round. Steve Bould s U18s fought back from a goal down to score three second half goals in their 3-1 victory in front of 19,084
Arsenal face FA Youth Cup holders Manchester City in the semi-final as a reward for their stunning win at Spurs in the previous round.
Steve Bould's U18s fought back from a goal down to score three second half goals in their 3-1 victory in front of 19,084 fans at White Hart Lane last Thursday.
Roared on by several thousand Arsenal supporters in the Park Lane stand, Kyle Bartley, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas and Rhys Murphy scored to put Arsenal through to the last four.
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Meanwhile, Bould's side remain top of the Barclays Premier League South after Luke Freeman capped a fantastic comeback with a late goal in a 4-3 win at Chelsea on Sunday.
Chelsea led 2-0 before goals from Jonas Rasmussen, Benik Afobe, Murphy and Freeman (pen) earned Arsenal maximum points.
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On Saturday morning the Gunners, who are 17 points clear of second-placed Crystal Palace entertain Fulham.