Bukayo Saka was once again produced eye-catching performances in Wednesday’s England 2-1 win over Denmark in the European Championships semi-final clash at Wembley Stadium.
The 19-year-old, who produced impressive displays for the Three Lions in their group-stage win over Czech Republic and last week’s last-16 triumph against Germany, missed Saturday’s quarter-final clash against Ukraine due to injury problem.
Saka return to England starting lineup against Denmark on Wednesday and is proving to the world why he is so highly valued by those at Arsenal, after produced a tireless and positive display during his 69 minutes on the pitch.
After Mikkel Damsgaard found the back of the net with a stunning long-range free-kick, which was the first direct free-kick scored of the tournament to given Denmark a deserved lead, Saka didn’t hide. He stood up, and he got his team back into the game with his energy down that right-hand side.
The Gunners starlet combined well with Harry Kane before the reigning Arsenal’s Player of the Season delivered a perfectly weighted low cross that was inadvertently put into the back of the net by Danish defender Simon Kjaer.
The Arsenal youngster continued delivered for his side’s before replaced by Jack Grealish in the 69 minutes of the game.