As per the post, the youngster shared a show reel of some of his goals in the red and white shirt this season which featured his trademark celebration of pretending to call somebody.
Due to this, as well as his general play, Nketiah has become somewhat of a fan favourite at the Emirates since he was recalled by Mikel Arteta from Leeds United in the January transfer window.
LTArsenal described him as a proper striker, and praised his movement inside the box couple up with his instinctive finishes. It was also added that he was very hard working off the ball.
Indeed, the 20-year old has scored three goals in seven appearances in all competitions in this campaign since his return, according to Transfermarkt.
Nketiah has netted 57 times and provided 12 assists in 103 games in all competitions in his club career so far (including strikes at youth level for the Gunners), as per the website.
Should Nketiah play more under Arteta?
These AFC supporters discussed the Englishman after viewing the post:
Perfect laca replacement
— gunner's shield (@mhdnazim05) May 13, 2020
He's a natural goal scorer like Aubameyang. He's got that killer instinct in front of goal. He's also very hardworking. I very much like Eddie.
— A (@invincibles_0L) May 13, 2020
Personally one of the youth that I have always rated. Reminds me a lot of Weighty. Just needs a nasty streak about him.
— Adam Araujo (@ataraujo88) May 13, 2020
Love Eddie. Fearless. Word is, interested clubs had to do full blown presentations to afc to show how the player would benefit by being on loan at their club. 😎
— maggie_m (@mansi_1612) May 13, 2020
This is why we must let go of Laca and keep him
— $iya Mabaso . (@Siya6888) May 13, 2020
A good finisher. He just needs time
— alex ngare (@AlexNgare) May 13, 2020
My main worry with him is if he can play up top by himself as he lacks the all round game for that but maybe that will come. He reminds me abit of a young defoe who also needed to play as a part of a 2.
— Ben Davis (@Ben1802d) May 13, 2020
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