Video: Arsenal U21 youngster sinks Manchester United with last-minute volley

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Arsenal starlet Hector Bellerin has offered another reason to suggest that Arsene Wenger need not sign a replacement for Bacary Sagna should the Frenchman leave north London in the summer, after his latest match-winning performance in last night's 2-1 Development squad victory over Manchester United.

The 18-year-old right-back won the penalty from which the Gunners equalised against United at Underhill on Wednesday evening, before firing a terrific volley in the 90th minute to seal all three points for the hosts.

A former Barcelona trainee, the exciting young Spaniard is tipped for a bright future at the Emirates Stadium, and could even challenge Carl Jenkinson for a place in the Arsenal first-team, if he continues his promising development.

Bellerin impressed throughout the encounter, and capped his stand-out performance with a stunning strike from an awkward position on the corner of the box to secure Steve Gatting' youth team their second victory of the elite group stage.

Watch Bellerin's fantastic effort in the video above, and have your say at the bottom of the article whether you think he's ready to make the step up to the Arsenal first-team!


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