Sport Kieran Tierney starts for Arsenal as Scotland star answers late Europa League call
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Arsenal starhas been thrown into their clash with Villarreal at the last minute.
Theinternational damaged knee ligaments in March, raising fears he could miss Euro 2020.
But manager Mikel Arteta offered hope he could return for the European second leg and Tierney was on the bench for the Gunners.
But a late injury to Granit Xhaka forced a change of plans and the Celtic youth product was thrown in from the start.
Provided there are no further setbacks he should be fit and available tofor the summer.
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trail 2-1 after the first leg in Spain but the crucial away goal gives them a good chance of progressing.
Speaking before the match Arteta said: "It’s a big moment again, not for me but for the club. For everything that has happened in the last two years in the last months, all the instability that we’ve been living for various different reasons.
"I think it will be really important and a big step forward if we are able to be in that final and have the opportunity to win a trophy.
"I want to think they always have the hunger to win any competition in which they are involved.
"It’s true that for some players this might be the last season for a number of different reasons.
"I can see how much it means for them, how much they want it and we hope that we can do it tomorrow."
'He wants to come back to London' - Watts drops claim on potential 'free transfer' at Arsenal .
Charles Watts has given his views on reported Arsenal target Ryan Bertrand following an update on his future. It was announced last week that the 31-year-old will leave Southampton at the end of the season following the expiration of his contract at St Mary’s, and Arsenal are reportedly one of the teams, along with Manchester […]It was announced last week that the 31-year-old will leave Southampton at the end of the season following the expiration of his contract at St Mary’s, and Arsenal are reportedly one of the teams, along with Manchester City, that have shown an interest in signing him this summer.