- Ghanaian midfielder Thomas Partey has heaped praises on his Arsenal teammate and English international Bukayo Saka
- 20-year-old Saka contributed to Arsenal's 3-2 win at the Vicarage Road over relegation-threatened Watford in a five-goal thriller
- Goals from Ødegaard, Saka and Martinelli nullified the strikes of Cucho and Moussa Sissoko to give Arsenal a crucial three points in the race for top four positions
Ghana international Thomas Partey considers teammate Bukayo Saka as ‘one of the best young players in the world’.
The English man has been in inspired form for Mikel Arteta’s side this season, with the bar continuing to be raised when it comes to the art of playmaking.
The 20-year-old laid an assist for Martin Ødegaard to equalise for Arsenal before he grabbed a thumping goal to put his side in front against Watford last Sunday at Vicarage Road.
Saka’s display continue to earn widespread praise, with Partey the latest to pay homage to one of the finest young stars talents on the planet.
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‘He is one of the best young players in the world now,' Partey said.
‘I think he is doing a great job. I hope he stays with us for a long time and does what he can, and tries to take this team far.
13-time English champions, Arsenal had to dig deep to record a 3-2 win over Watford to maintain their Champions League ambitions.
How was Saka rated against Watford
Bukayo Saka was rated 9/10 by thehardtackle following his immaculate display for the north London club.
Saka, who won the man-of-the-match award, was described as superb by Squawka for his show-stopping output against Watford, barely putting a foot wrong.
Arsenal manager Arteta happy with Partey's recent form
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghana international Thomas Partey made a brutal assessment of his performance since joining Arsenal and ever since then, the deputy Black Stars skipper has never looked back.
Partey rated his total output four [out of 10] in an interview with the club's media team but since returning from a below-par AFCON tournament, the former Atletico Madrid man has found his mojo.
Thomas has been bossing the midfield with relative ease bringing balance to the team, giving the license to the vibrant attackers hurt their opponents in a devastating fashion.