There are a lot of English Premier League stars who have been participating in the 2022 FIFA World Cup for their respective countries. Some have produced an amazing performance for their teams in the tournament while other have been awful.
Big stars like Bernardo Silva, Harry Kane, Kevin De Bruyne, Bruno Fernandes, Phil Foden, Bukayo Sak, Richarlison, Gabriel Jesus, Marcus Rashford Julian Alvarez among others are participating in the World. They are hopeful to reach the final stages of the World cup and possibly win the tournament.
However, there has been one Premier League star who has looked different in the World Cup and he has been special for his country. Arsenal's young winger Bukayo Saka has been unbelievable for England and he has made more impact on his country than what the fans were expecting.
The 21-year-old has produced a gleaming performance than Phil Foden who is considered more talented than him. However, Saka has been the player who carried England in their first match of the tournament.
The Arsenal forward has proved why he is considered the main player for Mikel Arteta at Arsenal ahead of the likes of Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli. He could help England in their final group-stage match which is a must-win against Wales.
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