Amario Cozier-Duberry is one of the many excellent young players that Arsenal is known for having.
Mikel Arteta handed 15-year-old Ethan Nwaneri his Premier League debut. By that he highlighted his efforts to incorporate young players into the first team.
Naturally, a number of young players, such as Gabi Martinelli and Bukayo Saka are regular starters in the first team.
And it appears that Cozier-Duberry is really trying to leave a lasting impression.
Amario Cozier-Duberry delivers Arteta a message with a fine double against Manchester City
Last night’s match between Arsenal’s under-21 team and Manchester City ended in an incredible 3-3 draw. The game was extremely unpredictable.
And Cozier-Duberry gave it his all to be the star of the show. He caught the eye once more after scoring a double.
English teen netted a goal from rebound penalty and then scored his second. Now he appears to be one of the best young players currently on the rise.
Jack Wilshere praised Cozier-Duberry for being “unplayable” on his day, and it appears that he is one of the players with an easy route to the starting lineup.
“Amario is very exciting and Mikel likes him. He reminds me of Bukayo Saka, plays in the same position as him, needs to get better with his decision-making like Bukayo did, but he’s definitely exciting,” Wilshere said.
“In some moments, he’s unplayable. You give him the ball and he can make things happen. You can set up a team and have a game plan, but when you’ve got individuals like that you’ve got a chance.”