Arsenal to go to the polls to elect next captain

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Teen striker Gabriel Martinelli scored twice, and Reiss Nelson, Rob Holding, and Joe Willock also scored as Arsenal cruised into the fourth round and saw a rival exit the competition.

Emery previously confirmed he plans to announce his new captains in the aftermath of Arsenal's win over Nottingham Forest, and, with Manchester United to come on Monday, an announcement is expected soon. He needed to take minutes, take confidence.

"I think no. Maybe in his mind yes, but we need to listen to the doctor and the doctor wants to do it progressively. He was a little exhausted at the end of the match but he scored and he's happy tonight and we're happy for him".

Gunners defender Rob Holding (pictured) revealed Spanish coach Emery recently conducted a poll of the dressing room on the matter.

Bellerin marked his return with the assist for Willock's goal, moments after replacing impressive left-back Tierney in the 77th minute.

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It's a great boost for Arsenal and Smith Rowe that this injury is nothing serious. "This was a very good opportunity to play with different players and those who didn't play much in the last match".

"He wanted to play 90".

"When I was told I was going to be vice-captain it was an honour".

"The idea is to give them minutes if we can", mentioned Emery.

"He played very well in pre-season, he was working each training with a big spirit and a big performance".

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With nearly the last kick of the ball, Martinelli then got his second after scoring a beauty in the top corner from the edge of the box.

All eyes were on the Emirates this evening as Arsenal entertained Nottingham Forest in the EFL Cup.

Forest, backed by nearly 8,400 fans, managed only one attempt on target in 90 minutes in their first visit to Arsenal since a 2-1 top-flight loss in August 1998.

The Gunners now sit joint-third in the Premier League table but have won only three of their six games so far.

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