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Vela Scores Twice As Wenger’s Gunners Sink SC Braga

Mexican sensation Carlos Vela scored twice as Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal side destroyed Portuguese outfit SC Braga last evening at Emirates Stadium by 6:0. Skipper Cesc Fabregas got two as well with Chamakh as well as Arshavin on the scoring board.

The 21 years old already scored on the weekend against Bolton as he slotted home calmly a fantastic Cesc Fabregas chip pass.

That is now 3 Goals in 2 matches with only 40 minutes of match time. Hell yeah you can say whatever you want about the young talented striker, but this is just an amazing scoring quote.

Vela was introduced with 27 minutes on the clock for Moroccan International Marouane Chamakh and was again just 6 minutes on the pitch as he make it 5:0 for the Gunners.

Russian International Andrey Arshavin did a perfectly timed pass for the Mexican inside the area and Carlos was able to take a lovely little dink over Braga goalkeeper Felipe into the net.

Minutes later Carlitos tried to fed Cesc Fabregas, but his pass was unfortunately intercepted.

With 6 minutes remaining Vela had his second as Fabregas picked a long ball out of the air to clip a little pass to Vela, so that the Cancun native cleverly beat Felipe on the near post with a left footer.

After the match Wenger was impressed by Vela’s performance and admitted in the post match press conference:

“He is an outstanding finisher who worked very hard this summer and he continues to improve. He is 21 years old and it is a fantastic quality.”

Next up for Carlitos is the Premier League encounter at Sunderland on Saturday afternoon!

Article by – A.Zimmermann

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Now It’s Time For Vela To Shine For The Gunners

Young 21 years old Arsenal forward Carlos Vela has a really unpredicted opportunity now to shine for Arsene Wenger’s Gunners side in the next weeks.

Vela has missed out so far to earn a starting place for the Premier League side, but with a few players injured actually including  Robin van Persie (6 Weeks), Theo Walcott (4-6 weeks), Nicklas Bendtner (3-4 weeks) as well as Andrey Arshavin in poor form, the Mexican will definitely get his chance to join the Arsenal boat for the title race.

The vital thing for Carlos is to fight back with confidence that will make sure that he take his chance and show glimpses of his amazing talent, so that he can have finally his long-awaited breakthrough with the north London outfit.

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Furthermore It will be interesting to see whether the young Mexican can lead the arsenal front line or not, with a more likely role on the wing.

Vela returned yesterday to London after a disappointing international adventure with his native Mexico, where he just played 17 minutes against Colombia on last Tuesday.

Right now Carlitos receives bad treating by the Mexican press which is really not understandable as they saying stories which aren’t true and making such a big deal out of it.

Vela’s next chance to play will be on this weekend when the Gunners take on the Bolton Wanderers at Ashburton Grove on Saturday afternoon.

Article by – A.Zimmermann