Arsenal U23s secured their place in the knockout stages of the Premier League International Cup last night as they beat Leicester City 3-0.
Robbie Burton scored a penalty, while Folarin Balogun also found the net before teeing up James Olayinka.
Nathan Tormey produced an impressive performance out wide, with goalkeeper Karl Hein also catching the eye.
There was a significant moment for first-year scholar Daniel Oyegoke late on, too, as he made his debut at this level.
Leicester finished the game with ten men after Mitchell Clarke was sent off.
Arsenal: Hein; Swanson (Oyegoke 88), Clarke, Medley, Omole; M. Smith, Burton; Olayinka, McEneff (Olowu 75), Tormey (Cottrell 90); Balogun. Subs not used: Hillson, Greenwood.
Alfie Matthews was amongst the scorers as Arsenal U18s secured their first league win since October by overcoming Southampton 2-0.
Southampton were eager for revenge after Arsenal knocked them out of the FA Youth Cup recently, but Matthews and Luke Plange, who replaced him as a substitute, both scored.
Matthews was linked with a move to Newcastle United this week, but for now remains focused on his performances for Arsenal.
Arsenal: Graczyk; Oyegoke, Kirk, Ogungbo, Lopez; Cottrell, Cirjan (Alebiosu 73); Dennis (Sraha 90), Greenwood, Butler-Oyedeji; Matthews (Plange 64). Subs not used: Kovacevic, Laing.