Arsenal has been amazing recently having won their last three Premier League games to go 10th in the Premier League with nine points five behind league leaders Liverpool. The Gunners managed to get their first big win of the season in the north London derby against Tottenham.
Mikel Arteta scored three goals past Spurs to maintain their perfect run in the league. Emile Smith Rowe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Bukayo were the scorers at the Emirates. Arsenal struggled in the first three opening games but has made a comeback and they are looking ready to compete for the league title.
Their players were struggling but the Spaniard boss has managed to find a way of utilizing his young stars and they have starred saving the team this season. Arteta greatly uses Aubameyang as his main striker and the star who has been operating well alongside the Gabon forward is Bukayo Saka.
The 20-year-old English winger has been terrific for both club and country with an incredible talent that could see him become great in the future. He was a headache for Spurs defenders at the Emirates and Arteta is finally getting the best out of him.
He has a promising future in England as he was also impressive in Euros for England. Saka can be a very good partner for Aubameyang in Arsenal's attack and the two stars could form one of the best attacks in the league. Saka managed to score five league goals last season coming off the bench most of the time. If he will get more game time this campaign he can be the savior for the Gunners.
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