Back in April 15, Bukayo Saka was produced one of the best performer in Arsenal shirt, as he set-up two amazing assists and spectacular goal in Gunners 4-0 win over Slavia Prague at Sinobo Stadium.
The reigning Arsenal’s Player of the Season, showed level of consistency of his display against Czech champions, who unbeaten in their last 23 games across all competitions before Saka ended it on that night.
Saka, who has been a revelation for Arsenal since being moved to a position on the right-wing by Mikel Arteta, continued with that position in the Czech Republic, where he was again selected on the right of the three playing behind striker Alexandre Lacazette.
The Englishman’s sensational attacking performances starting when his shot was hitting the post, even Smith-Rowe took that opportunity to broken the deadlock in 14 minutes, but he was judged to be offside.
Nicolas Pepe did then open the scoring four minutes later, before Saka was played in by Emile Smith-Rowe and his driving run was unfairly halted by Slavia defender Jakub Hromada, resulting in a penalty which converted by Alexandre Lacazette.
Three minutes later, Saka producing a moment of magic to put his side three-nil up on the night. The 19-year-old winger wreaked havoc on the right wing, skipping past his marker before unleashing a left-footed strike into the bottom corner – bamboozingly the goalkeeper.
Saka, who managed seven goals and seven assists across all competitions last season, named named the Europa League Player of the Week after delivered eye-catching performances against the Czech champions.