Arsenal starlet Emile Smith Rowe sings Justin Bieber initiation song after scoring against Atletico Madrid

EMILE SMITH ROWE belted out a classic Justin Beiber track for his Arsenal initiation.

The 17-year-old star was forced to sing in front of his team-mates following the midweek defeat to Atletico Madrid.

Arsenal posted the video of Smith Rowe singing to their official Twitter page

The Gunners were quick to initiate the youngster after his impressive performance during the International Champions Cup match.

He stood on a chair in front of Unai Emery’s team and tried to sing “Sorry” by Beiber.

A number of Arsenal stars laughed hysterically as Smith Rowe tried to read the lyrics from his phone.

Some fans on Twitter encouraged the youngster to stick to football after the video was posted online.

Smith Rowe decided to sing “Sorry” by Justin Beiber

One replied: “Thankfully his football is better than his singing!”

He established himself as a fan favourite after he scored a screamer during the defeat to Atletico Madrid.

Now he is initiated to the team, Smith Rowe will be focusing on making his Premier League debut this season.

Speaking after the match, he said: “My long-term goal is to get in the first team permanently.

Emile Smith Rowe scored the equaliser against Atletico Madrid
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“But this season it’s to try and get as many minutes as I can in the Europa League and Cups and hopefully make my Premier League debut.

“I like to keep my feet on the ground. If I carry on doing that I don’t think the attention will get to me.”

The 17-year-old, who will celebrate his 18th birthday this weekend, admitted that scoring for Arsenal was a better feeling than winning the World Cup with England.

Smith Rowe scored a screamer against Atletico Madrid
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