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Mikel Arteta has spoken about his decision to drop Alexandre Lacazette and Lucas Torreira in favour of Eddie Nketiah and Dani Ceballos (via Arsenal.com).
Looking back, it’s easy to say that Mikel Arteta made all the right decisions in yesterday’s 4-0 win over Newcastle United.
But go back to the first half and there were some serious question marks over Arteta’s team selection after dropping Alexandre Lacazette and Lucas Torreira in favour of Eddie Nketiah and Dani Ceballos.
Both players eventually made it onto the pitch and Lacazette even scored but after the match, Arteta spoke about his team selection.
“The message is very clear, whoever trains like they do and I see that they have the abilities, the quality and their hunger like he’s done to perform today, he’s got a chance to play,” he said after the match.
“Today I decided to play Eddie because he has been training in a phenomenal way, I decided for him not to go on loan and to stay and as well I have to support that decision.
“Laca has been playing all the games with me, he hasn’t scored and I told him the decision why and he accepted really well. I said ‘come out and you will score a goal’, he did and I’m so pleased not just for the goal, but for the reaction of all his teammates and the staff.
“They showed how much they love him and the reason why is because this guy works his balls off every day.”
It’s a good interview with Mikel Arteta. Looking back, it was absolutely the right decision to drop Alexandre Lacazette in favour of Eddie Nketiah. It gave the youngster some much-needed first-team football and sent a message to the more senior figure.