Carl Hein hopes his man-of-the-match display rejects Gareth Bale and Wales to pick up Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta and take notice.
The 19-year-old rookie Estonian goalkeeper showed Gunners fans that he is definitely looking forward to the future with an impressive goalless performance in Wednesday night’s 2022 World Cup qualifier.
Starlet Hein, who has made just one pre-season appearance for the Gunners, made a string of impressive savings in Cardiff.
Hahn thwarted Real Madrid’s Bell four times, as well as Leeds forward Tyler Roberts, trying to get a point for his country with his left foot around his post.
It was an impressive performance by the ten-time keeper, who joined Arsenal from Naomi United in 2019, and was an unused all last season in the Europa League before his cameo in the pre-season against the Hybrids.
As he prepares to return to London, he said: “I am confident and hopeful that the games will be watched. I will return to the club like every team window and train to the best of my ability.
“Finally we will see what the coaches decide. We have always reviewed the game with the goalkeeper coach.”
Hein is considered the fourth or fifth in the packaging order under Artita in the Emirates, with Brand Leno No. 1 and Aaron Ramsdale recently reaching a سے 25million deal with Sheffield United.
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