Arsenal beat Sunderland at the Emirates

Eddie Nketiah continued his prolific form in the Carabao Cup with a clinical hat-trick as Arsenal saw off League One Sunderland to book their spot in the semi-finals.

Arsenal beat Sunderland at the Emirates

Eddie Nketiah continued his prolific form in the Carabao Cup with a clinical hat-trick as Arsenal  saw off League One Sunderland to book their spot in the semi-finals.

Arsenal beat Sunderland at the Emirates

Eddie Nketiah continued his prolific form in the Carabao Cup with a

clinical hat-trick as Arsenal saw off League One Sunderland to book their

spot in the semi-finals.

The forward turned in from close range to open the scoring after Rob

Holding’s header was palmed into his path and Nicolas Pepe soon doubled

the hosts’ lead.

That looked to have put the Gunners in control only for Sunderland to hit

back when Nathan Broadhead coolly clipped over the onrushing Bernd Leno

from Elliot Embleton’s superbly-weighted pass.

But Nketiah cleverly turned in a low Nuno Tavares cross straight after the

break to re-establish the lead.

The 22-year-old saved his best until last, though, flicking Pepe’s pass

between his legs and beyond goalkeeper Lee Burge.

The 18-year-old debutant Charlie Patino then capped a superb night for

Arsenal with an injury-time fifth at Emirates Stadium.

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