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Saka: England Goal Biggest Moment Of My Career

Saka: England Goal Biggest Moment Of My Career

Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka was proud of his first goal for England last night against Austria.

The strike proved to the winner for the friendly on the night.

“Probably the biggest moment of my career so far, the biggest moment was getting called up for England the first time and now to score the goal it sounds nice, it’s an amazing feeling for me,” Saka told BBC Radio 5 Live after the game.

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“You dream of that as a kid, scoring for your country, coming through the age groups with England so to now do it here and score for the seniors, it’s an amazing feeling and I hope I can have this feeling many more times.

“Every game is an opportunity to grow in confidence and chemistry with my team-mates, so today is another step in the right direction.

“It’s a big honour to be named in the final squad, grateful to Gareth [Southgate], happy that I get the opportunity to represent my country in a major tournament so I’m looking forward to it a lot.”

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  • Edoman 2 weeks ago

    It will all fade away as soon as you mess up and as quickly as it comes. Deep down, the first-class English folks are looking and watching when you will just make one mistake, you are gone for good. By then, you will regret for not choosing your parents Country. For sure, 200 millions Nigerians are waiting for that moment. Nigerians have seen your type before. They fall before they know it.

     
    • Shuma 2 weeks ago

      Stop hating and get a job. All these ethnic Nigerians playing for England are doing better for their football career than playing for the Nigerian national team. They would have outgrown the team knowing they are top caliber. All people do here is hate on guys who play for England, and it hurts because they are doing soo well. These players want to play for England, they don’t have to, key difference. They will become soo successful while people here just waiting for their downfall, how gay is that? Get a life. Imagine, playing for a country your parents fled, like there’s a job for them there

       
    • Footballfanatic 2 weeks ago

      I won’t lie I that’s a lil too harsh. In as much as I am pained that he didn’t choose nigeria, I won’t wish him all that negativity atleast wish the boy well man.

       
  • Olusegun.B. 2 weeks ago

    For Godsake , let the man be. His heart is all for England . Tell me what if someone who is not born in Nigeria and has no Nigerian roots of any kind decides to play for the super Eagles, how would it feel .
    Listen , it’s best to wish Saka the best . There are a lot of players more skillful than him here in this country . So please stop the hate vibe.