The Gunners managed to grab a win against their old rivals Tottenham in a London Derby match. The Gunners moved up the table with 8 points clear ahead of second place Manchester City.
In today's match the Gunners where the better side in the first half as they created multiple chances upfront. The match eas goalless until In the 14th minute where Tottenham conceded an own goal. In the 25th minute Thomas Partey almost made it 2-0 before his shot was denied by the woodwork.
In the 36th minute, Martin Odegaard added the second one with a stunning goal from outside the eighteenth yard box.
In the second half Tottenham tried all means to unlock the Gunners solid defence but Arteta men stood strong. The Gunners ended up winning all the three points which means they have defeated their old rivals twice this season.
In that match one of the Gunners stars who impressed is Bukayo Saka. The English forward has been impressive this season where he has been contributing to their success by scoring and assisting important goals.
Today, he continued with his top performance against their old rivals where he contributed to their two goals. The first goal came after his shot was deflected in by Tottenham goal keeper and the second goal came after making an assist to Odegaard.
Saka top performance has proved he can be of great help to his side in the race for the Premier League title this season following his good run once again against Tottenham.
This now means that Arsenal star Bukayo saka prpved he might be unstoppable in the coming matches after today's top performance against Tottenham where he contributed to their two goals.
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