Loan Watch: Seven Gunners feature

Lukas Podolski

Every season a number of Arsenal players go out on loan to gain valuable first-team experience. With the 2014/15 campaign now underway, 11 Gunners are currently away from the club.

Lukas Podolski Inter MilanLukas Podolski
Sunday, February 1
Sassuolo 3-1 Inter Milan
Lukas Podolski played 54 minutes of Inter’s 3-1 defeat at Sassuolo. Simone Zaza and Nicola Sansone gave Sassuolo a first-half lead before Mauro Icardi pulled one back, but Domenico Berardi scored from the penalty spot in the 90th minute to secure the three points.

Joel Campbell VillarrealJoel Campbell
Sunday, February 1
Barcelona 3-2 Villarreal
Joel Campbell was not in the squad for Villarreal’s 3-2 defeat at Barcelona. Denis Cheryshev gave the visitors the lead before Neymar equalised. Luciano Vietto was on hand to restore Villarreal’s advantage after the break, but Rafinha and Lionel Messi then scored to complete Barcelona’s comeback.

Yaya Sanogo Crystal PalaceYaya Sanogo
Saturday, January 31
Crystal Palace 0-1 Everton
Yaya Sanogo played 71 minutes of Crystal Palace’s 1-0 defeat against Everton. Romelu Lukaku’s second-minute strike was enough to end Palace’s six-game unbeaten streak.

Carl Jenkinson West Ham UnitedCarl Jenkinson
Saturday, January 31
Liverpool 2-0 West Ham United
Carl Jenkinson missed West Ham’s 2-0 loss at Liverpool through injury. Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge scored for the home side as Liverpool leapfrogged West Ham into seventh place in the Premier League.

Jon Toral BrentfordJon Toral
Saturday, January 31
Brentford 0-1 Middlesbrough
Jon Toral played the final 14 minutes of Brentford’s 1-0 defeat against Middlesbrough. Grant Leadbitter scored the winner from the spot on the stroke of half-time to extend Boro’s unbeaten run to eight games.

Matt Macey Accrington StanleyMatt Macey
Saturday, January 31
Accrington Stanley 1-5 Northampton Town
Matt Macey played the full 90 minutes of Accrington Stanley’s 5-1 defeat against Northampton. Ricky Holmes and Marc Richards gave the visitors the lead before Piero Mingoia pulled one back. Lawson D’Ath restored the two-goal advantage before he and Richards each grabbed a second to complete the rout.

Wellington AlmeriaWellington
Sunday, February 1
Almeria 1-0 Getafe
Wellington played 90 minutes of Almeria’s 1-0 victory at Getafe. Edgar Mendez scored on the stroke of half-time to secure Almeria’s first win in five games.

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