Ghanaian Youngster Daniel Boateng Sees Red In Arsenal Reserves Victory

Posted On Tuesday, 16th April 2013

Arsenal defender Daniel Boateng was sent off in the win over Wolves in the Reserves League.

Arsenal defender Daniel Boateng was sent off in the win over Wolves in the Reserves League.

Ghanaian youngster Daniel Boateng got sent off in Arsenal’s 3-2 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in an entertaining clash in the reserves league.

The 20-year-old who spent the first half of the season with English lower-tier side Oxford United was named in central defence by Arsenal U21 manager Steve Gatting.

Boateng partnered Sead Hajrovic in central defence and he provided a solid backing before he had his marching orders.

The Young Gunners needed a Sanchez Watt stoppage time strike to win the tie in Telford on Monday evening.

Also in the Arsenal line-up was striker Zak Ansah who recalled in front of him, on the right of a three-pronged attack.

However, the 18-year-old was replaced after the opening 45 minutes.

The duo together with Emmanuel Frimpong form a trident of Ghanaian presence in the North London side.

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