Bellerin Reveals Why This Star Would Not Be Starting For Arsenal Ahead Of Sunday’s Clash

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Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has hailed his partnership with Theo Walcott and claims he has found an understanding with the winger.

Bellerin has been Arsenal’s first choice right back in the past year and is currently one of the first names on the team sheet. Over the year, the fullback  has seen Walcott, Chamberlain and Aaron Ramsey deployed in front of him but neither has been able to hold down a regular place in the starting xi.

Bellerin now claims he has found an understanding with Theo Walcott this season and this could be a big blow other players eyeing the right wing spot.

Walcott has been impressive for the team this campaign and Bellerin believes the England international is the best man to play on the right wing.

“We have been playing together on the right side for the last few weeks and it’s a partnership we both enjoy.” he said. “We understand each other a lot and I think that shows on the pitch. It’s great fun to play with him [Walcott].”

Walcott has already scored three league goals this season with his latest strike coming in the 3-0 win against Chelsea. Bellerin and Walcott combined well to score the Gunners second goal of the game and fans will be keen for the duo’s partnership to continue to progress.

Wenger will not want to change something that is working well for the team, meaning players like Chamberlain will have to settle down for a place on the bench at the moment.

Walcott’s current form means he will continue to get the nod over Chamberlain in the starting xi.


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