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Fans All Say the Same Thing as Bukayo Saka Scores and Assists in 3 Minutes for England
- Bukayo Saka came up with a vintage display for England against Ukraine on Sunday
- The Arsenal star continued his club form with a goal and assist as The Three Lions won 2-0
- His goal was a stunner that left many fans describing him as one of the best in the world
Arsenal forward, Bukayo Saka left fans all saying the same thing after a vintage display on Sunday helped England to their second successive win in the Euro 2024 qualifiers.
Gareth Southgate’s side were a bit shaky at the start of the game, but two moments of magic from Saka gave the Three Lions a commanding lead.
For the first goal, Harry Kane bundled in Saka’s cross at the far post eight minutes before half-time.
Minutes later and Saka got a goal himself, albeit in stunning fashion, as he turned away from his man before curling in a beauty in the top corner.
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Ivan Toney, who was making his England debut, could not add to the tally but the first-half goals were enough for the Three Lions to continue their march to qualification, as reported by the BBC.
Fans react to Saka's goal
On social media, there was only one name that was ringing after the game - that of Saka.
The Arsenal man’s performances make it extremely difficult for Gareth Southgate to drop him and fans all agreed.
"Show me a winger that’s better than Saka right now, I’ll wait."
"Yet another SUBLIME Bukayo Saka goal. Ballon d'Or pending! This guy is a rare gem"
"Arsenal fans need to start pushing Bukayo Saka Pr the way Man United are pushing Rashford."
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Meanwhile, this was Saka’s ninth man of the match award in 26 appearances for England, which is quite impressive in itself.
Havertz rebound penalty ruled out
In other news, Sports Brief reported on a Kai Havertz penalty being ruled out due to an unusual rebound rule.
As Euro 2024 hosts, Germany is enjoying a fairly relaxed international break without pressure of the qualifiers.
They took on Peru in a friendly on March 25 and the game had an interesting incident involving Havertz.