The head coach of Ghana’s men’s national football team Chris Hughton and his assistant George Boateng were spotted at the Emirates Stadium watching Arsenal take on Bournemouth.
Chris Hughton and George Boateng were at the match to scout Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey and Bournemouth striker Antoine Semenyo ahead of Ghana’s AFCON qualifiers against Angola.
The newly appointed Black Stars coach will be in Ghana next week, and he will be unveiled along with the rest of the technical team. He will also disclose the squad for the Angola clash.
Bournemouth took an early lead in the match through a Philip Billings 1st minute strike which sent the traveling supporters into wild jubilations and at the same time stunned the Arsenal faithful.
The Gunners went on a relentless attack spree, keeping their opponents in their own half for long spells.
Marcos Senesi double the visitor’s lead in the second half but Arsenal pulled a goal back through Ghana midfielder Thomas Partey who was fed with an assist by Emile Smith Rowe.
Antoine Semenyo was hulled off in the 64th minute of the game by manager Gary O’Neil.
Benjamin White scored the equalizer for Arsenal in the 70th minute and Reiss Nelson scored the winner for the home side in added time.