Bukayo Saka earned a very high rating in 10-man Arsenal’s 1-1 draw against Leicester City at the Emirates on Tuesday.
Saka put in another fine display which saw him set up Arsenal’s opening goal scored by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
His assist against Leicester was his 12th in all competitions for Arsenal this season.
And according the Arsenal player ratings published on The Sun, Saka got eight out of 10.
The 18-year-old was one of three Arsenal players (Aubameyang and Dani Ceballos) who were rated eight.
And commenting on Saka’s performance The Sun wrote: “Left-footed but showed great skill to find Aubameyang with his right for the goal. Little shimmy left Jonny Evans floored.
“Did well again – after linking up well with Aubameyang – to find Lacazette as he searched for a second on the 30-minute mark.”
Aubameyang continued his impressive form in front of goal after he gave the Gunners the lead in the first half.
However, Leicester were handed a lifeline following the sending off of Eddie Nketiah in the 72nd minute after a reckless tackle.
After holding on for a long time Arsenal’s resolve was eventually broken as Jamie Vardy drew his side level on 84 minutes.
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