Milwall were the opponents for Arsenal's pre-season match against them yesterday, as the Gunners prepared for the new season. Arsenal were seeking for their first win of the pre-season after suffering defeats to Rangers and Hibernian earlier in the week.
Many young Arsenal players have been given the opportunity to shine during this pre-season so that they can demonstrate their abilities. During yesterday's match against Milwall, Lokonga was one of the players who stood out as a standout performer.
Lokonga is one of the new Arsenal players who signed with the club this summer. The 21-year-old is widely regarded as one of the top midfielders in the world, which led Arteta to sign him to the Emirates this summer. He had a lot of opportunities in their match against Millwall the other day.
It is possible that he will be of tremendous assistance to Arteta in the upcoming season. His outstanding performance yesterday shown that he has the ability to force Xhaka to start from the bench next season. He was a key contributor to Arsenal's 4-1 victory over Milwall on Sunday.
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