Arsenal fans discuss performance of Mika Biereth during Under-23 rout
Arsenal have a number of burgeoning young talents coming through their ranks. Yesterday, Mika Biereth showcased his talents with a stunning performance during a 6-1 win over Chelsea for the Under-23 ranks.
It was a relatively strong Arsenal team. Folarin Balogun got some minutes, whilst Charlie Patino was also handed the chance to start the game.
It was Biereth who stole the show though. The striker partnered Balogun attack and helped himself to a wonderful hat-trick against their London rivals.
He linked up superbly well with Balogun and the duo played with smiles on their faces during the first 38 minutes of the clash.
When the first-team hopeful was withdrawn after 38 minutes, Biereth picked up the goalscoring mantle.
He scored another two goals following his strike partner leaving the field and caught the eye of boss Kevin Betsy.
Biereth was formerly a part of the Fulham academy ranks but is now highly rated in the Hale End academy.
His performance yesterday saw him score his second, third and fourth goals of the campaign and the future looks very bright.
What have Arsenal fans said about Biereth?
After yesterday’s outing, supporters have been quick to praise his impact, with many hoping to see more from him this season.
At just 18-years-old he has bags of time and a full season under his belt, he should grow as a player with the Gunners.
Last season he was a revelation for the Fulham under-18 ranks, scoring 22 goals and claiming 13 assists during his 27 appearances.
Following his standout display for the Gunners, supporters have taken to Twitter. Here is what the Arsenal fan base had to say about the performance of Biereth.
You may also like…
- Report shares doubt Arteta has about Arsenal player; will leave permanently next year
- Arsenal fans rave about on-loan defender after 25-yard strike for top-tier side
- Arsenal proven right with summer decision as £23m man set for Barcelona exit
- Leeds must give player chance to come back and haunt Arsenal after 2020 sale