Stuttgart 1 Arsenal 3
Arsenal's young Gunners Nicklas Bendtner, Carlos Vela and 16-year-old Jack Wilshere were all on target in Wednesday's pre-season friendly win over Stuttgart at the Mercedes-Benz Arena.
The trio continued their form from the 10-2 thrashing of a Burgenland XI on Monday night as Arsene Wenger's men fought back to beat the Germans and former team-mate Jens Lehmann.
Wenger named a strong starting XI, but it was his young substitutes who would prove the match winners.
There was a debut for summer signing Samir Nasri, the first pre-season appearance by Togo striker Emmanuel Adebayor - a target for AC Milan - and the side was led by captain William Gallas.
Lehmann easily collected an attempted chip from Robin van Persie in the 11th minute, before current Arsenal number one Manuel Almunia made a smart save at the near post from Romania striker Ciprian Marica and Nasri fired a 25-yard effort over following a quick counter-attack.
Veteran Lehmann, 38, showed brilliant reactions to deny Theo Walcott from point-blank range after he was set up by van Persie.
Young Danish striker Bendtner - who bagged four goals on Monday night - was introduced for the second half, as was promising Mexican Vela, back from his loan spell in Spain, while Pole Lukasz Fabianski replaced Almunia in the Arsenal goal.
However, the Gunners were behind six minutes after the restart when Stuttgart substitute Yildiray Basturk drilled in a low strike from the edge of the box.
Arsenal were soon level as Bendtner slipped Vela in on the right side of the penalty area. The 19-year-old held off both his marker and Lehmann before smashing the ball in off the underside of the crossbar to take his tally to four goals in two games.
Nasri's debut lasted an hour before he was replaced by Wilshere and £5million summer signing Aaron Ramsey, the Wales Under-21 midfielder, was also introduced.
Vela then turned provider for Bendtner, who nodded on a chipped pass to power into the area and stab the ball past Lehmann as Arsenal went ahead in the 65th minute.
Wilshere - who netted his first senior goals for the Gunners earlier this week - made it a night to remember when he drilled in a left-foot shot following persistent work by full-back Gael Clichy.
Wenger's analysis :
Arsene Wenger told Arsenal TV: "It is good for the confidence to win here and you could see that the young players did well again tonight. I believe the strikers have shown it can work."
"Vela is a little bit like Eduardo da Silva, and Nicklas we already know from the end of last season is a very powerful striker. They both did very well."
Nasri was used in a more central midfield role, and Wenger said: "It was a very positive performance for his first game. He has all it takes to be a good player in this team."
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