Loan Watch: Afobe continues hot streak


Loan Watch: Afobe continues hot streak

Every season a number of Arsenal players go out on loan to gain valuable first-team experience. With the 2014/15 campaign now underway, seven Gunners are currently away from the club.


Benik Afobe MK DonsBenik Afobe
Saturday, September 13
Barnsley 3-5 Milton Keynes Dons
Benik Afobe opened the scoring after 33 minutes before being withdrawn for Will Grigg in MK Dons’ 5-3 win at Barnsley. Afobe struck first before Samir Carruthers, Dele Alli, Grigg and Ben Reeves put the game out of sight. Connor Hourihane scored twice and Devante Cole netted in the final 10 minutes but the Dons held out to secure the win.

Carl Jenkinson West Ham UnitedCarl Jenkinson
Monday, September 15
Hull City 2-2 West Ham United
Carl Jenkinson made his West Ham debut in this draw at KC Stadium. The full back was brought on with 15 minutes to play, by which time Curtis Davies' own goal had put the visitors back on level terms. Hull twice took the lead, through Abel Hernandez and Mo Diame, but Enner Valencia's howitzer and Davies' own goal secured a point for Sam Allardyce's men.



Jon Toral BrentfordJon Toral
Saturday, September 13
Brentford 3-2 Brighton and Hove Albion
Jon Toral was a 75th-minute substitute in Brentford’s 3-2 win over Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday. Moses Odubajo and Andre Gray put the hosts ahead before Gordon Greer got one back. Jonathan Douglas then struck again for Brentford before Danny Holla scored a consolation on the hour mark.



Wellington Silva AlmeriaWellington Silva
Friday, September 12
UD Almeria 1-1 Cordoba
Wellington played 65 minutes before being replaced by Quique in Almeria’s 1-1 draw with Cordoba on Friday. Edgar Mendez put Almeria ahead after 12 minutes but Federico Cartabia levelled seven minutes later to share the points at the Estadio de los Juegos Mediterraneos. 



Austin Lipman Boreham WoodAustin Lipman
Saturday, September 13
Boreham Wood 4-0 Chelmsford City
Austin Lipman played 75 minutes before being replaced by David Moli in Boreham Wood’s 4-0 victory over Chelmsford City at Meadow Park. City goalkeeper Nicky Eyre scored an own goal before being sent off in the first half. Luke Garrard scored two penalties and Lee Angol struck once to keep Boreham Wood two points clear at the top of the Conference South.



Ryo Miyaichi FC TwenteRyo Miyaichi
Saturday, September 13
FC Twente 2-1 Go Ahead Eagles
Ryo Miyaichi played the final 20 minutes after coming on for Youness Mokhtar in Twente’s 2-1 win against Go Ahead Eagles. Luc Castaignos opened the scoring before Marnix Kolder levelled. But Jesus Corona struck before half-time to give the hosts the three points. 



Kris Olsson FC MidtjyllandKris Olsson
Friday, September 12
FC Midtjylland 3-2 Odense BK
Kris Olsson replaced Pione Sisto for the final 12 minutes of Midtjylland’s 3-2 victory against Odense. Sylvester Igboun netted either side of Kasper Larsen’s goal before Vladimer Dvalishvili equalised. But Igboun was on target from the spot to secure his hat-trick and keep Midtjylland flying high at the top of the Danish Superliga.


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