https://i1.wp.com/www.arsenal.com/assets/_files/images/mar_12/gun__1331757504_Arsenal_Res_v_WBA_510.jpg?resize=363%2C173Andre Santos was supposed to be the star of the show yesterday as he featured for the Gunners’ reserves in their fixture against West Bromwich Albion.

The Brazilian left-back made his return to action after three months out with an injury, playing for 60 minutes as Arsenal’s boys thrashed the Baggies 3-0.

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But the man who really stole the show was out-of-favour striker Park Chu-Young who put in yet another impressive performance for the club’s reserves after being paired with fellow ‘flop’ Marouane Chamakh upfront.

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The Korean yet again gave manager Arsene Wenger no excuses to deny him playing time  as he unleashed a sublime effort in the first-half to hand the Gunners the first goal of their victory over West Brom on Tuesday night.

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