Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Sports

 

Soccer

 

Premier League

Arsenal Player Who Proved He Can Be Better Than Bruno Fernandez This Season After Today's Match

Arsenal were in action today at the Emirates stadium against Watford as they looked forward to continue with their winning run. In that match, one of the Gunner's player proved he can be better than Bruno Fernandez this season after a great performance.

Fernandez is considered as one of the best midfielder in the Premier League. Last season, he was among the top scorers where he managed to find the back of the net 18 times and assisted 12 goals. He played a major role for his club to reach Europa final and finished the league second.

This season, he had kicked off with a high pace but has slowed down in the recent matches. Today Arsenal star Smith Rowe proved he can be better than Bruno Fernandez this season after another outstanding performance against Watford.

The Gunners managed to grab all the three points simply because of Smith Rowe only goal in today's match. The Englishman has been scoring goals in almost every match.

Last week, he was among the players who scored in their 2-0 victory of the Foxes. He had also scored in their match against Tottenham where they also won 2-0. Rowe has been one of the key players for the Gunners this season since he has helped them grab important points.

Today, he was one of the players who stole the show as he created a few chances upfront and scored the only goal which made the Gunners win and climb up to position 5 in the table. He is currently one of the Gunners top scorer this season with 4 goals.

Rowe is only 21 years of age and has proved he can become one of the best attacking midfielders in the world. This season, he has been one of the main reason the Gunners are on top form.

This now means that, Rowe top performance in today's match against Watford proved he can better than Bruno Fernandez this season.

Content created and supplied by: Rashy7 (via Opera News )

Bruno Fernandez Emirates Gunners Smith Rowe Watford

COMMENTS

Load app to read more comments