Video: Ian Wright sings Saka and Emile Smith Rowe song to celebrate Arsenal win
Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images

Video: Ian Wright sings Saka and Emile Smith Rowe song to celebrate Arsenal win

Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images

Arsenal just picked up an impressive 2-1 win over Brentford at the Emirates and Ian Wright, like all of us, is absolutely delighted with the victory.

The Gunners dominated the game from start to finish. We started on the front foot and were all over Brentford in the first half. We were unfortunate to go in at the break without a lead, but that changed quickly.

Emile Smith Rowe picked up the ball, drove into the box and found the far corner with a fantastic finish. His good pal and our other Hale End sensation Bukayo Saka doubled our lead in the 79th minute to seal the game.

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Ian Wright sings Saka and Emile Smith Rowe song to celebrate Arsenal win

Where would we be without Saka and Smith Rowe?!

The two youngsters have been our best players for over a year now and once again, they came up with two extremely important goals to secure three points for Arsenal.

Wrighty, like every other Arsenal fan, is in love with Saka and Smith Rowe. The legendary Englishman filmed himself celebrating the Gunners’ win after the game in front of fellow BBC pundits Alan Shearer and Gary Lineker.

Watch the video brilliant below!

Fantastic performance

Saka and Smith Rowe will make the headlines and rightly so, but everyone else was brilliant as well.

Alexandre Lacazette couldn’t get on the score sheet again but he worked his socks off. Martin Odegaard ran the show from start to finish and he is proving many pundits wrong with his performances over the last few months.

Granit Xhaka and Thomas Partey were outstanding in the middle of the park as well, while our defenders, although didn’t have a lot to do, dealt with whatever they had to well.

It’s a shame Brentford scored in the end but that should take nothing away from how brilliant we were today.

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