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    • His influence on the team was praised by players such as Alex Iwobi, who dedicated a goal against Bayern Munich in the 2015–16 UEFA Youth League to his advice.Thierry Henry-Wikipedia
    • Arsenal, who started a few of the fringe players for this match, prevailed 4–1 with Lucas Pérez scoring a hat-trick as well as Alex Iwobi tapping in his first goal of the season.2016–17 Arsenal F.C. season-Wikipedia
    • Pierre–Emerick Aubameyang opened and closed the scoring, with Lacazette, Sead Kolasinac and Alex Iwobi also scoring.2017–18 Arsenal F.C. season-Wikipedia
    • Walcott scored his second goal of the season and his 100th career goal after linking up with Alex Iwobi to chip the ball over Hull City goalkeeper Eldin Jakupović to score Arsenal's second goal in a 4–1 win.Theo Walcott-Wikipedia
    • Oxlade-Chamberlain started on the bench for Arsenal's opening day defeat to Liverpool, however Oxlade-Chamberlain replaced the injured Alex Iwobi to score Arsenal's second goal in a 3–4 defeat.Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain-Wikipedia
    • Alex Iwobi scored an equalizer in the dying seconds of the match, which Arsenal would win on penalties 3–2.2017–18 Arsenal F.C. season-Wikipedia

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