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Carabao Cup: Arsenal 5 vs 0 Nottingham Forest (Highlights Download) 2019-20

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The full-back impressed on his first start for the Gunners as they beat Nottingham Forest 5-0 in the Carabao Cup.

It took just 30 seconds for Kieran Tierney to give Arsenal fans their first glimpse of what they had been waiting for.

Dropping his shoulder, he gave himself a yard of space before speeding past Nottingham Forest defender Matty Cash and firing a dangerous cross into the penalty area.

It was the type of exciting play that had convinced Arsenal to splash out £25 million ($31m) to bring the left-back in from Celtic in the summer and an example of why his return from injury has been so eagerly anticipated.

Arsenal fans have been desperate to see the 22-year-old in action and tonight, just under two months after his arrival, they finally got their wish in the Carabao Cup.

Tierney lined up on the left of of a back four which also featured Rob Holding, who was making his first appearance since rupturing the cruciate ligament in his left knee against Manchester United last December.

And the Scotland international delivered the type of performance that suggests he will go to become a huge hit at the Emirates as Unai Emery’s much changed side thumped Forest 5-0 to book their spot in the fourth round.

From that first minute when he sped past Cash and delivered a ball into the danger area, Tierney was superb.

This was his first senior appearance since playing for Celtic against Aberdeen in May, but he showed few signs of rustiness as he raced up and down the left flank all night long.

Send Kolasinac has been Arsenal’s regular left-back since Nacho Monreal left for Real Sociedad, but it will be no surprise to see Tierney soon establish himself in Emery’s back four.



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