5 Facts about Ethan Nwaneri, Arsenal Wonderkid who holds the record for the youngest player in the EPL

Ethan Nwaneri was given the trust of playing as a substitute when Arsenal faced Brentford. At that time, Ethan Nwaneri was 15 years and 181 days old.

Ethan Nwaneri also made history as the youngest player to be given the opportunity to play in the highest caste of the English League, the Premier League.

This record was previously held by Liverpool's Harvey Elliott. He was 16 years and 30 days when he played for Liverpool versus Fulham.

Citing The Sun's website, let's scroll down to see a variety of interesting facts behind the debut of an Ethan Nwaneri.

Interesting Facts (1-3)

1. Ethan Nwaneri made his debut training with the first team last week and immediately debuted at the weekend. He even just debuted with Arsenal U-21, last September.

2. Not only the youngest player to play in the Premier League, Ethan is also the youngest first team player Arsenal has in the club's history.

3. Ethan has four goals and one assist in four league games followed by Arsenal Under-18s and Under-21s.

Interesting Facts (4-5)

4. Ethan's name began to steal the attention when he scored his debut with Arsenal U-18 last year. At that time he was only 14 years old!

5. Ethan was born one year after Arsenal finished in the 2006 Champions League final and lost to Barcelona.

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