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Aaron Eyoma features as Arsenal U19s qualify for final

07 August 2015, 11:06

London - Arsenal Under 19s are in the running to win the Durban Under-19 International Tournament following their 4 - 2 win over Stuttgart in the shoot - out after regulation time ended 1 - 1 on Wednesday.

Hale End Academy product, Aaron Eyoma, came off the bench in the 75th minute to assist the young Gunners qualify for the final of the competition against PSV Eindhoven U19s on Saturday.

After a goalless first half, Yassin Fortune gave Arsenal the lead in the second half before Berkay Ozcan restored parity to take the game to penalties.

Also read: ‘Arsenal can challenge for league titles’

The 17 - year - old Eyoma has been included in Steve Gatting’s starting XI two times, against PSV Eindhoven and Celtic in the group stage.

A right winger by trade, the London - born Enyoma can also be deployed as a right - back and a central midfielder.

He made his debut for the Arsenal Under - 21s in their 2 - 1 win over Newcastle in the U21 Premier League on February 9, 2015, and went on to play three more games over the course of the season.

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