Saka leads the Arteta revolution

Arsenal came back from a game that turned uphill after Armostrong's goal. Pépé, Saka and Lacazette were the scorers.

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Play as a left back. Middle left. Middle right. In the center. It does not matter where they put him, Bukayo Saka is very good at playing soccer. At 20 years old, with the '7' on his back and more merits and responsibility for it than expected, the young English player has knocked the door down and has established himself as one of the fundamental pieces for Mikel Arteta. Today, against Southampton, he scored a goal, distributed an assist and took home the trophy for the best of the match. A boy to keep an eye on.

And that the Saints had taken the lead early on the scoreboard by means of an Armostrong blow to the exit of a corner after three minutes of play. Luckily for them, the Gunners are at such a serious and good time in their football that just 5 minutes later Pépé was already putting a finger to his mouth to silence his critics and celebrate the draw.

Saka, shortly after, took advantage of a great pass from Lacazette to dribble to McCarthy and certify a victory that means that Arsenal have added 16 of the last 18 points. Some spectacular numbers that speak of the resurrection of the Londoners and the success when it comes to betting on keeping Arteta in office. It would be Lacazette himself, a pass from Saka, who would round out the final score, although the best thing was to see how in the celebration the players embraced and congratulated all equally, revealing how the scars of a touched dressing room are gradually closing.



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