As a result of this exceptional measure, UEFA had to review - as a matter of urgency - the potential impact on the staging of the UEFA Europa League match between FC Vorskla and Arsenal FC on 29 November.
Arsenal have arrived in the Ukrainian capital city of Kiev for their UEFA Europa League group-stage match against Vorskla Poltava.
Another academy product, Joseph Willock made it 3-0 for the north London club with a lovely curling shot from outside the 18-yard area.
The call to relocate the game was made on Tuesday evening, with Vorskla particularly unhappy with UEFA's decision and official confirmation that the match would take place at all not coming from the governing body until six hours before kick-off. "We prefer for them to stay in London working for the next match on Sunday".
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Emery mentioned that it is their policy to give young players a good platform and it has been working well.
"He is taking confidence, he is taking responsibility and also I think his performance in 90 minutes is very good", Emery told a news conference. This was tough on Vorskla fans, but it was a decision which UEFA had to make. They travelled to Poltava and then had to come here for tomorrow. Teenage midfielder Emile Smith Rowe is also likely to get another start in the competition. We would like to play in our stadium for our fans [but] at the moment there's a situation that we're organising two games in different places so [the organisation] will be carried out at the appropriate level, with proper security measures.
"But it does not matter where we play".
Henrikh Mkhitaryan, one of the few senior Arsenal players to have travelled to Ukraine, admitted on Wednesday it was a big blow for their opponents to lose home advantage.