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Saka Voted Arsenal’s Man Of The Match In Carabao Cup Win Vs Leicester

Saka Voted Arsenal’s Man Of The Match In Carabao Cup Win Vs Leicester

Bukayo Saka has been voted Arsenal’s Man of the Match in their 2-0 win against Leicester City in the third round of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday night, Completesports.com reports.

Arsenal announced Saka as their best player in a poll published on the club’s Twitter handle.

The 19-year-old followed his impressive performance in the win against West Ham United at the weekend with another outstanding display over Leicester.

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Saka polled 42 per cent of the votes casted by fans for his performance to finish top.

Reiss Nelson was second with 20 per cent while David Luiz and goal scorer Edward Nketiah both had 19 per cent.

Saka is still in the running for the 2020 Golden Boy award after making the 40-man shortlist released last week.
He had a memorable season for Arsenal last campaign after providing 12 assists and scoring four goal.

He capped last season with an FA Cup winners medal with the Gunners.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Igbekun Abo 4 years ago

    Come and see o! Arsenal Fans have unanimously voted Nigeria eligible Saka as man of the match. Today, the players love Saka, the fans love Saka, the racist media love Saka and the coaches love Saka. The moment his game nosedives and is highlighted, all of a sudden the fans and journalists are racists, Nigerian fans who have never failed as footballers don’t know anything about football, Nigerian fans who criticise Saka will want their own tribal players like Viv Solomon Otabor in the national team, and the coaches don’t like Saka anymore, fans have hidden motives bla bla bla…. Haha ha ha ha ha. Ignorance and stupidity seems to be daily staple of some fools. Well done Saka. If you choose to play for Nigeria, you will not regret it. If you choose England, we will not hold it against you because it is your life, it is your choice. Please note, if you choose Nigeria, that does not mean we will always praise your performances even when you play rubbish. We will offer unbiased opinions on how well you play. Blind loyalty and worthless excuses have no place on this platform. The choice to play for Nigeria is not passport to partiality in assessment and feedback. True fans will always tell the truth whether a player performs well or badly.

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