He's Example For Others - Unai Emery Hails Arsenal Youngster

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In degrees of minus 12, goals from Emile Smith Rowe, a penalty from Aaron Ramsey and a third by Joe Willock means Arsenal have now extended their unbeaten run to 18 games in all competitions.

Uefa moved the tie from Poltava to Kiev because of the introduction of martial law in several regions in Ukraine.

"First of all, we need to respect UEFA's decision because it's not easy for Vorskla".

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The hosts said they were not told of the stadium switch and were on Wednesday night still arguing that the match should be moved back to Poltava, though their players did travel to Kiev.

Under Arsene Wenger's reign the north London side traditionally struggled in November, but with Emery as boss this season they managed five games without tasting defeat.

Smith Rowe has scored three goals in his last four Arsenal appearances and the teenager was pleased with his performance - after warming up from the freezing conditions in Kiev. "The young players are going to have chances". We think they can help us but they need the confidence of playing matches, not only working with us in the training sessions.

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"We have responsibility with the young players to show us if they can improve and stay with us". "They are coming with us because we can give them chances tomorrow and also because we would prefer for some players to not do this long travelling", Emery said. UEFA yesterday found the best decision to play and also with protecting everybody, us and them.

"In 90 minutes we want to do our work here".

He said: "My fingers and my toes are very cold, but you've just got to get on with it".

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"The Europa League is very important for us and it's very important for us to win on Thursday and come first in this group".

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