Arsenal’s rising star Jeff Reine-Adelaide continues to impress during his first few months at the club, and amazed the watching fans at an open training session at the Emirates Stadium with a lovely piece of skill.
In a drill organised by Steve Bould to test our back five, Adelaide and other young stars were tasked with opening up the defensive rearguard and scoring past Petr Cech.
Receiving the ball from Serge Gnabry, Adelaide produced a lovely defence-splitting scooped pass to release the German who was unlucky not to beat Cech with a cheeky lob.
Reine-Adelaide was named the man of the match against Wolfsburg on Sunday after setting up Theo Walcott for our winner and showing his range of qualities while in possession.
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At the tender age of 17, he looks physically ahead of his age group and could realistically make a few appearances in the Premier League this season such is his quality.
Francis Coquelin was left bamboozled by this piece of play. Check out Adelaide’s trick below: