Bukayo Saka was once again proved himself as one of the best youngest attacker in world of football by delivered amazing performances in England’s 1-0 win over Czech Republic.
The 19-year-old versatile attacker, who handed first European championships start on Tuesday night, showcased maturity beyond his years with eye-catching display at Wembley stadium.
The Gunners star not completed the most take-ons during the clash against Czech Republic but played a pivotal role in Raheem Sterling’s winner, providing some much-needed pace and drive in the build-up with a penetrating solo run from deep.
Saka continued to cause the Czech Republic problem with his speed, dribbling ability and overall versatility before replaced by Jando Sancho in 84th minutes of the game.
The London-born winger, who certainly impressed on the pitch handed Man-of-the-match award after the matches.
gbeng Bukayo Saka vs. Czech Republic:
84 minutes played
25 passes (86.2% accuracy)
7 dribbles (5 successful)
13 ground duels (8 won)