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Owen Hargreaves names Arsenal’s three most influential players against Molde after 4-1 win

Owen Hargreaves hailed Eddie Nketiah, Joe Willock and Bukayo Saka as Arsenal beat Molde 4-1 at the Emirates.

The Gunners continued their perfect start to the Europa League campaign, thanks to a comprehensive win against the Norwegian side.

Molde took a shock lead through Martin Ellingsen in the first half, but two own goals either side of half-time gave Arsenal the advantage, before Nicolas Pepe and Willock added a flourish to the scoreline.

Speaking after the game, former Manchester United and Bayern Munich midfielder Hargreaves hailed the impact of the three Arsenal academy graduates.

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“First of all, Molde deserve a load of credit, they came here and tried to play,” Hargreaves said on BT Sport.

“In the end, when the second goal goes in, I thought they were gonna concede another two. Arsenal should win because they were the better team.

“But credit to Mikel and his boys for the way they approached the game, it was a tough one.

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