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"He is Our Best Player, Never Sell Him" Arsenal Star Praised After Good Performance

London is red or do I say North London is red after Arsenal edged their city rivals Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium and did so in emphatic fashion.

A total dominance in the first half saw the gunners put three goals past the helpless Hugo Lloris as Spurs looked quite shocked not knowing what had hit them in that opening 45 minutes.

Mikel Arteta will be quite proud of his boys who not only were good on the ball but also off it with everyone pressing high for almost the whole match.

One star who impressed many with a top notch performance was Bukayo Saka who scored and assisted Smith Rowe's goal proving why is the best player at the club.

There were also other individual performances from the likes of Tomiyasu, Partey and Xhaka but it was Saka who stood out in this one.

Aged 20 years and 21 days, Arsenal's Bukayo Saka is the youngest player in Premier League history to score and assist in a North London derby (previously Cesc Fàbregas in September 2007). Catalyst.

LtArsenal: Saka is comfortably our best player on the right-hand side and should be the one who plays there. In the Premier league, he averages a goal or assist every 156 minutes when he plays from the right. It's definitely his best position.

Jungminch: Decided to stay up for a bit to catch Saka and boy didn't disappoint. An assist and a goal! We should always put him at RW. A brilliant first half by Arsenal and Saka was definitely the best thus far.

Jimmy: As an Arsenal fan i think Auba is sligtly more nailed because Arteta want to protect Saka. I do agree Saka i the best Arsenal asset though

Nat Williams: Saka really is a f**g gem. Looks back to his best today, love to see it. He and ESR together is an actual joy to behold. We’re so lucky ❤

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