Elneny: My first Arsenal goal in Emirate means a lot - FCNaija

Europa League By: Ikponmwosa Umweni | 08/12/2017

Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny reveals that he is overjoyed when he scored his first goal in Emirate during the Gunners 6-0 whipping of Belarus side  BATE Borisov in their final Europa League Group  H encounter on Wednesday night.

Arsenal begins the demolishing Belarusian Premier League champions in the North London with right-back Mathieu Debuchy in the 11 minutes with Theo Walcott double the lead before half-time, second-half goals from Jack Wilshere, Olivier Giroud and own goal from Denis Polyakov with Elneny goals all complete the rout.

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The 25-year-old has featured in Gunners six Europa League group stage games and he scored his second ever goal for Arsene Wenger’s men after his first came in March 2016 Champions League clash Barcelona in Nou Camp.

The Egyptian international who moved to North London side from Basel in January 2016, put the icing on the cake with his curling effort in the 74th minute after Wilshere’s assist.

Elneny uses his Twitter handle hailed the fans for their support that inspired the team to the emphatic win.

Elneny will be hoping to make his sixth English Premier League appearance this campaign when Arsenal visit St. Mary's Stadium to face Southampton on Sunday.