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Austin Okocha, Nigerian legend at the Emirates Stadium to support Iwobi

Arsenal demolished West Ham United 4-1 in Sunday’s Premier League fixture at the Emirates Stadium.

The victory means they are still in contention for the Europa League spot with the hope that Chelsea falters at the end of the season.

Meanwhile, Alex Iwobi, who was a starter in Yesterday’s encounter enjoyed the presence of his uncle, Austin Okocha and his parent at the stands during the game Former Nigerian captain Austin Okocha was sighted at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, April 22, to support his cousin Alex Iwobi in Arsenal’s 4-1 victory over West Ham United.

The Gunners bounced back from their disappointing 2-1 defeat to Newcastle United a week ago at the St. James Park to keep tab on Chelsea for the Europa League spot next season. Although, they have a chance to win the title this season but will need to beat Atletico Madrid later this week in the semifinals of the UEFA second tier competition.

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