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Loan Watch: Jon Toral claims assist

Every season a number of Arsenal players go out on loan to gain valuable first-team experience. This season 12 Gunners are currently away from the club. 

 

Jon Toral Birmingham City Jon Toral Saturday, September 12Birmingham City 4-2 Bristol CityJon Toral claimed an assist before being substituted in the 69th minute as Birmingham beat Bristol City in the Championship. Clayton Donaldson opened the scoring after 10 minutes and he scored another goal thanks to Toral’s assist. Bristol City pulled one back through Jonathan Kodjja, but Donaldson completed his hat-trick from the penalty spot just before the interval. Kodjja scored his second of the game in the 66th minute but Jonathan Grounds put the game beyond doubt. 

 

 

Wojciech Szczesny AS RomaWojciech SzczesnySaturday, September 12Frosinone 0-2 RomaWojciech Szczesny kept a clean sheet in Roma’s Serie A win at Frosinone. Iago Falque put Roma ahead in the 44th minute before Juan Iturbe put the result beyond doubt in injury time.

 

 

Yaya Sanogo AjaxYaya Sanogo Saturday, September 12Twente 2-2 AjaxYaya Sanogo was a 78th-minute substitute in Ajax’s 2-2 draw with Twente in the Eredivisie. The hosts went two goals ahead thanks to Felipe Gutierrez’s 20th-minute strike and a Hakim Ziyech penalty. Ajax pulled one back through Viktor Fischer in the 65th minute but Nemanja Gudelj scored a late penalty to   draw them level. 

 

 

Serge Gnabry West Bromwich AlbionSerge Gnabry Saturday, September 12West Brom 0-0 SouthamptonSerge Gnabry was an unused substitute in West Brom’s goalless draw with Southampton.

 

  

 

Ainsley Maitland-Niles Ipswich Ainsley Maitland-Niles Friday, September 11 Reading 5-1 IpswichAinsley Maitland-Niles was a 68th minute substitute in Ipswich’s 5-1 loss at Reading in the Championship. Orlando Sa put the home side ahead in the seventh minute but Freddie Sears equalised soon afterwards. Sa got his second in the 14th minute and Nick Blackman made it three after the restart. Sa completed his hat-trick just after the hour mark, and Oliver Norwood finished the scoring three minutes from the end.

 

 

Isaac Hayden Hull City Isaac Hayden, Chuba AkpomSaturday, September 12Brighton 1-0 Hull CityIsaac Hayden and Chuba Akpom both started in Hull City’s 1-0 loss at Brighton. Tomer Hemed scored the only goal of the game in the fifth minute as Hayden was taken off in the 68th minute and Akpom was substituted eight minutes from time.

 

 

Emiliano Martinez Wolverhampton WanderersWellington Silva, Emiliano MartinezSaturday, September 12Bolton Wanderers 2-1 Wolverhampton WanderersWellington Silva and Emiliano Martinez started as Bolton beat Wolves in the Championship. Liam Feeney put the hosts ahead in the 17th minute and Zach Clough doubled their lead from the spot just before half-time. Former Gunner Benik Afobe pulled one back for Wolves with a penalty in the 68th minute but the home side held on for the win.

 

 

Dan Crowley Barnsley Dan Crowley Barnsley 4-1 Swindon Town Saturday, September 12Dan Crowley did not feature in Barnsley’s 4-1 win against Swindon.

 

 

Gedion Zelalem RangersGedion Zelalem Saturday, September 12Rangers 3-0 LivingstonGedion Zelalem played 74 minutes of Rangers’ Scottish Championship win over Livingston. Lee Wallace opened the scoring inside 16 minutes and Martyn Waghorn added a second before the break. Nicky Law scored Rangers' third goal 10 minutes from time.

 

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