"We are Nothing Without Saka" Arsenal Fans Praise him for assisting Aubameyang to score the Opener
By KenyaSweetNews | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1524 views
Arsenal hosted Benfica in UEFA Europa League Round of 32 second leg following a 1-1 draw in the first leg. Bukayo Saka equalised for Arsenal in the second half after Pizzi converted a stunning Penalty to force a 1-1 draw. Arsenal Manager Arteta confirmed Europa Leagu as the only way Arsenal can reach the Champions League next season as currently trail in position 11 with 34 points, which is 11 points below 4th placed Westham United. Arsenal opened the match with alot ball possession & counter attacks before Aubameyang Combined with Bukayo Saka to score the opener in the 21st minute.
Arteta made several Changes in the Starting Xi line with Leno featuring alongside Bellerin, Luiz, Gabriel & Tieney who might have been fatigued against Manchester City. Benfica equalised in the 41st minute through a dangerous free kick which was converted by Goncalves. Although it was a disappointing first half draw, Arsenal fans Praised Bukayo Saka for his football skills, vision & creativity which have contributed to Arsenal goals this season.
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