Vorskla says Arsenal game will go ahead in Kiev

Vorskla says Arsenal game will go ahead in Kiev

"They need confidence playing matches, not only in training but also to take minutes in games like today".

The match will be played at Kiev's Olympic Stadium after it was moved from Poltava because of security concerns. One good example for other young players. This was tough on Vorskla fans, but it was a decision which UEFA had to make. "We prefer for them to stay in London working for the next match on Sunday. We want and have the responsibility with the young players like Emile but also the others for them to stay, work and show us that they can improve and stay with us".

Around 500 Arsenal supporters were due in Ukraine and some had already travelled across to Poltava - meaning they were left with a long journey back across Ukraine if they wished to take in the fixture.

"It's very cold here like it is in Poltava but we're going to play with this weather".

Another academy product, Joseph Willock made it 3-0 for the north London club with a attractive curling shot from outside the 18-yard area.

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"First, we need to respect Uefa's decision because I think it's not easy for Vorskla", Emery said.

The switch to the Ukrainian capital was a logistical nightmare for Arsenal staff, who had already finalised their travel and accommodation to play in Poltava. While Stephan Lichtsteiner, Petr Cech and Carl Jenkinson get a look-in, there are also starts for Joe Willock, Emile Smith Rowe, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Matteo Guendouzi and Eddie Nketiah.

Arsenal would secure top spot in the group with a win.

"When UEFA said to us we can play here safely we chose to come and respect the UEFA decision".

And the Gunners boss said after the win over the Ukranian side that he is pleased with Smith Rowe's performances.

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