Teenager, Bukayo Saka was the star on the night as Arsenal secure a big 3-0 win against Frankfurt in their first Europa League game on Thursday.
The Gunners led by the 18-year-old attacker ran riot against the Germans who were unbeaten at home during their Europa League campaign in the 2018-19 season.
Academy product Joe Willock from a good pass from Bukayo Saka opened the scoring.
Bukayo Saka increased Arsenal’s tally to two with an incredible finish
He then assisted Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who scored Arsenal’s third of the day.
18y 14d – Bukayo Saka is the youngest player to score for Arsenal in the Europa League/Champions League since October 2008, when Aaron Ramsey (17y 300d) netted against Fenerbahce.
Arsenal fans would be looking out for the young man when they tackle Aston Villa this weekend.
Saka, born in England is eligible to play for Nigeria.