- Arsenal on Saturday afternoon, November 27, defeated visiting Newcastle United in which Bukayo Saka scored the first goal
- Former Arsenal striker Nwankwo Kanu was on ground to watch his ex-team and had conversation with Mikel Arteta afterwards
- Mikel Arteta will be going to Old Trafford where they will face Manchester United in their next Premier League game
Super Eagles legend Nwankwo Kanu was on Saturday, November 27, at the Emirates stadium where he was spotted with Arsenal gaffer Mikel Arteta after win over Newcastle United.
Nwankwo Kanu's presence propelled Arsenal back to winning ways as the Gunners recorded a 2-0 win over their visitors to keep their hope of returning to Europe next term alive.
After suffering an embarrassing defeat at Liverpool, Arsenal players knew that they must redeem themselves and they got the redemption against Newcastle United to the delight of the fans.
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Newcastle United went to the Emirates stadium with a strong game plans and they failed to concede any goal in the first half of the encounter.
Arsenal came out stronger in the second half and it was Bukayo Saka who gave them the breakthrough in the 56th minute before Gabriel Martinelli netted the second.
Where did Kanu and Arteta meet?
And after the Premier League tie, Nwankwo Kanu who also played at Arsenal went to the dressing room to have conversation with Mikel Arteta.
In the photo which is trending on social media, Nwankwo Kanu and Mikel Arteta can be seen having superb and friendly conversation.
Mikel Arteta and his wards will be traveling to Old Trafford to face Manchester United in their next Premier League game.
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State was on Friday, September 30, the man of the match as he scored for his state's ex-players' team in a novelty match against former Super Eagles stars.
The friendly encounter which ended 1-1 has in attendance the likes of former Arsenal star Nwankwo Kanu, Taribo West, Tijjani Babangida, Daniel Amokachi, Austin Eguavoen and legendary goalkeeper Peter Rufai.
Governor Sule had the first pass in this encounter against the former Super Eagles stars and waited until the 15th minute before scoring the first goal via a penalty.
Justice Christopher brought down Abu Scatter in the box in which the referee had no other choice than to give a penalty.