Bukayo Saka is a well known England and Arsenal striker. He has contributed greatly to both his club and national team. He was seen recently putting on socks with cut holes. The holes allows the tension in legs to be released which helpsto help them from picking muscle problems.
It has now emerged that Saka does this to improve his fitness during serious games. Research done by SunSport claimed thatholes in socks help players to avoid injury to their bulging calves while in action as the holes allow the tension in legs to be released. Eventually, this helps prevent them from picking up muscle problems or cramps. Incidentally, Saka is not the only player who has been spotted wearing torn socks, Kyle Walker also using the same.
Saka has scored two goals for his national team in the ongoing world Cup. England proceeded to the second round after edging out their rivals Wales 2-0. They will now play African champions Senegal.
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