Forget cup woes, the young Gunners are back with a vengeance! Arsenal’s under-18s unleashed a goal-scoring blitz, thrashing Leicester City 4-0.

Rosiak’s free-kick magic, Kamara’s brace, and Obi-Martin’s late strike secured Arsenal’s fourth consecutive league win, launching them towards the top of the table.

Michal Rosiak celebrates a goal for the Arsenal academy (Photo via
Michal Rosiak celebrates a goal for the Arsenal academy (Photo via

Arsenal’s under-18s bounced back in spectacular fashion this weekend, trouncing Leicester City 4-0 after last week’s Youth Cup disappointment. This emphatic victory marks their fourth consecutive league win, propelling them towards the top of the U18 Premier League South table.

The young Gunners wasted no time asserting their dominance. Within five minutes, Michal Rosiak’s pinpoint delivery found Will Sweet’s head, narrowly missing the target. But the wait for an opening goal was short-lived. A minute later, Michal Rosiak himself stepped up, curling a sumptuous free-kick from 20 yards out to break the deadlock, bagging his sixth goal of the season.

The offensive onslaught continued as Luis Brown found Dan Casey in space, but Casey’s effort danced just wide of the post. The second half brought even more excitement. Osman Kamara, fouled inside the box, dusted himself off and confidently converted the penalty, doubling the lead.

Rosiak, once again at the heart of the action, sliced through the Leicester defence with a beautiful pass, setting up Kamara for a cool finish, his second of the game. The icing on the cake came late on, with Chido Obi-Martin finishing a cleverly executed short free-kick routine to bag the fourth and final goal.

This dominant performance not only secures Arsenal’s fourth consecutive league win, but also propels them to third place in the table with 24 points after 12 games. The young Gunners are clearly in fine form, with their next challenge being a Premier League Cup quarter-final clash against Manchester United on February 3rd.