1. The first goal.
Arsenal start with a goal in the sixth minute from Bukayo Saka finish in the penalty area and become a crucial turning point
for the Gunners. Shows superiority over the plum team. Including the potential of individual players.
That goal made him the youngest player (20 years 112 days). Second only to Nicolas Anelka (19 years 225 days) to score in the Premier League for the Gunners. Tap the main 10 balls.
2. Ben White maintains standards in a right-back role.
On the day Mikel Arteta was unable to use Takehiro Tomiyasu due injury. He opted for Ben White to replace him at right-back by sending Rob Holding to pair centre-back with Gabriel Magalhaes.
White soaring boost wasn’t the highlight of the news. Predictably Arteta will want to use him to halt the defender’s attack on the left side. Plaketa and Brandon Williams coordinating. Which referred to as being able to stop the attacking game of the canary army in the fist
3. Odegaard Keyman Killer Pass
Martin Odegaard play the role of a three-key pass commander (the most on the field alongside Granit Xhaka). Become two assists for the team in this game. Settling down as the key man in passing the ball for a teammate to score behind. The striker remind us of Mesut Ozil.
If counting only the Premier League matches in December. Player in the Premier League creative record scoring chances (17). Shooting chances (4 times) and passing through the box (8).
4. Smith Rowe scores consecutive goals as a substitute.
Emile Smith Rowe was substituted in place of Gabriel Martinelli in the 82nd minute, with less than 10 minutes later passing the ball past Angus Gunn into the bottom.