Nketiah becomes first player born after Wenger's appointment to score for Arsenal

The England U-19 international achieved a unique feat in Arsenal history with his Carabao Cup goals on Tuesday

Eddie Nketiah scored his first two Arsenal goals on Tuesday, and made a bit of Gunners history in the process. 

The 18-year-old netted late in his side's Carabao Cup tie with Norwich City, sending the match to extra-time with an 85th-minute equaliser. 

Nketiah's goal meant he is now the first Arsenal player born after Arsene Wenger was appointed manager to score for the club. 

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The Frenchman took charge of Arsenal in September 1996 — more than 21 years ago. 

Nketiah enjoyed his first strike so much he did it again in extra-time, heading home a 96th-minute corner kick to give Arsenal a 2-1 victory at the Emirates Stadium.

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