Arsenal’s under-23 side have beaten their West Ham United counterparts 3-1 to seal the Premier League 2 title, the first time we’ve won the competition or its equivalent since 1990.
Reiss Nelson’s opener and a brace from Eddie Nketiah put the Gunners in a commanding position at the London Stadium before a late consolation for the home side reduced the deficit.
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The three points took the Gunners tally for the season to 39, two points ahead of Liverpool and three in front of Leicester.
The under-23s can now turn their focus towards the Premier League International Cup final. They play Porto on 8 May. Not to be outdone, the under-18s recently progressed to the final of the FA Youth Cup.
Congratulations to all the players and coaching staff involved. Not a bad way to honour Arsene Wenger on the day he announced his departure from the club.