The England youth worldwide scored Arsenal's equaliser in a 1-1 friendly draw against Atletico Madrid in Singapore on Thursday - with the LaLiga side going on to win the resulting penalty shoot-out 3-1.
Smith Rowe - who was making his first senior start for the club two days before his 18th birthday - has also impressed Emery in training and the Spaniard talked up the importance of giving young homegrown talent a chance. ". Looking back, as president, I should been unequivocally clear about something that is a given for me as a person and for us all as an association: Any form of racial hostility will not be accepted or tolerated under any circumstances".
"Today I am very happy with his work on the pitch, but not only today", Emery said of Smith Rowe after the International Champions Cup game.
Meanwhile, Thula Dlamini likened the Nzonzi's relationship with Arsenal head coach Emery to what former Manchester United manager David Moyes shared with Marouanne Fellaini.
Antonio Adan, who replaced Oblak at half-time and conceded Smith Rowe's wonderful finish nearly immediately, turned hero in the penalty shootout - the summer signing saved three of the four penalties he faced and scored the victor himself in emphatic style. I want him to stay with us and work with us, to give the team his big performance with all his quality.
The Spaniard said: 'Aaron is an important player for us, and the contract is one thing for the club and the player. Emery said he speaks every day to Gazidis, who is in Singapore for the tour, but that he doesn't know what his plans are for the future. "We are speaking about every decision for our club".
"We need to use this ongoing debate about integration and how it now resonates in society as an opportunity to further develop our work in this field and to ask ourselves where and how we can add fresh impetus", Grindel wrote.
"When I arrived here, the first meeting was with Ivan".
The game petered out and went straight to a shootout, with Ainsley Maitland-Niles scoring from the spot for Arsenal, while Rodri, Victor Mollejo and Adan were successful for Atletico.