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Arsenal’s Reiss Nelson wins a Premier League award

Reiss Nelson did not have a lot of game time in the recently ended season but he has however won a Premier League award for his impeccable performances.



( Arsenal winger Reiss Nelson / Photo via Getty )

Arsenal winger Reiss Nelson has been named the 2022/23 Premier League Castrol Game Changer of the Season after his impressive performances for the Gunners this season. The 23-year-old has only made a few substitute appearances in the Premier League this season, but he has managed to score three goals and make two assists in his limited game time.

Nelson’s most memorable performance of the season came in Arsenal’s dramatic 3-2 comeback victory against Bournemouth, where he scored a goal and provided an assist to seal the win for his team. This performance was enough to earn him the prestigious award, which recognizes players who have made a significant impact on their team’s success throughout the season.

Nelson’s ability to make an impact off the bench has been crucial for his team, and he has shown that he is capable of making a difference even with limited game time.

Nelson’s future at Arsenal looks bright, and he will be hoping to build on his impressive performances next season. With more game time, he could become an even more important player for his team and help them challenge for major trophies once again.

Overall, Nelson’s award is well-deserved recognition for his contributions to Arsenal this season. He has shown that he is capable of making an impact at the highest level of English football, and fans will be excited to see what he can achieve in the future.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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