Following another exclusive Junior Gunners ticket competition we welcomed lucky winner Devang (pictured abpve) to our Premier League match against Bolton on Saturday and was there to see history unfold as his hero Robin van Persie scored his 100th goal in an Arsenal shirt to put the icing on the cake.

Devang was our lucky winner following his amazing chant which he created to include near enough every member of the first team! You can read his winning entry below.

Before the match, as Devang arrived at the stadium, he was greeted by none other than Gunnersaurus and led through the tunnel to pitch-side where he had his photo taken as you can see above. But also, as he took his seat, he was treated to hearing the stadium announcer read out his name and welcome him to Emirates Stadium before playing his favourite song ‘Give Me Everything' by Pitbull.

During a "magnificent game" Devang has admitted to signing his "heart out" and was delighted to witness a goal flurry which included two significant strikes for his idol. An excited and jubilant Devang commented: "After some pictures with Gunnersaurus and welcoming the two sides, I enjoyed a magnificient game at the Emirates. Straight after an interesting but goalless first half, I was delighted that my favourite player Robin van Persie scored a cracking goal. With all the other chances whiskering past the woodwork, and Arsenal showing off their strong defence, it was fun watching Szczesny make exceptional saves. Having sung my heart out I was overwhelmed with Robin van Persie scoring his 100th goal! And I was thrilled by Song's excellent finish. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed a wonderful game."

If you missed out this time don't worry because yet another awesome ticket competition is now open and this time you can win two tickets to our next home Premier League match against Sunderland. For details on how to enter click here.

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28 Sep 2011