Wilshere Starts - Arsenal's Likely 3-4-2-1 XI vs Norwich City

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Eddie Nketiah went on to score the victor in extra-time to send the Gunners through to the quarter-finals.

However, the game would see extra-time, with Nketiah's home debut getting even better, courtesy of the victor on 96 minutes.

"I brought him on because we needed to score goals and he can score goals".

Norwich contacted Ogogo, who is planning a boxing comeback after an eye injury, and said in a statement: 'We have a zero-tolerance policy on racism.

"I knew he had quality, but when the team need you and you deliver, that's another quality you don't know about until you go on to the pitch".

"I don't know what happened at Chelsea", Wenger told reporters after the game. Hopefully he'll have a long career at Arsenal.

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"I always focus on winning trophies in the Premier League and FA Cup domestically, and always used the League Cup as an education for our young players. Until he came on we lacked ideas and creativity".

Norwich travelled to the Emirates Stadium on the back of a 1-0 win over local rivals Ipswich on Sunday.

Daniel Farke's Norwich took a surprise lead with Murphy latching onto a superb through ball from Sunday's East Anglian derby match-winner James Maddison before finishing past debutant Matt Macey with a cute dink.

"I'm not a guy who calls for red cards, but this situation because we were one on one with the goalkeeper".

We can probably expect to see Jack Wilshere again after he picked up his first assist of the season in his cameo at Everton as well as youngsters like Reiss Nelson and Ainsley Maitland-Niles in what should be a more challenging test than they've had so far against a very well respected side in England. "To accept this decision is really hard".

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