Thomas Partey praises young players’ readiness to help Arsenal win Premier League title

Ghanaian and Arsenal midfielder, Thomas Partey, has expressed his confidence in the young players at Arsenal to help the team win the English Premier League title.

The Gunners recently came from behind to clinch a 3-2 victory against AFC Bournemouth in their latest league fixture, with Partey scoring one of the goals.

The winning goal was scored by 23-year-old winger, Reiss Nelson, who came off the bench in the 97th minute to secure the three points for Arsenal.

Nelson also assisted in Ben White’s goal that equalized the scoreline, after Arsenal fell behind by two goals.

Partey commended the maturity of young players like Nelson, Bukayo Saka, Martin Odegaard, and Gabriel Martinelli after the significant victory.

He highlighted that they have the requisite maturity, experience, and readiness to accomplish everything they set their minds to, including taking home the Premier League championship.

“Well, I think now they are not younger players anymore. They have experience. They have been playing for a long time. They are mature.

“I think it is time for them to be able to achieve whatever they want to achieve. That is their dream. I think they are all ready to achieve this,” Partey said according to The Independent.

Arsenal currently sits at the top of the Premier League standings, five points ahead of second-placed Manchester City. With the season far from over, the Gunners will be looking to maintain their lead and secure their first league title since 2003, with the help of their talented young players.

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