Arsenal of England Nigerian-born winger, Bukayo Saka has gained accolades from The Gunners’ youth academy, following his brace of goals in action with his adopted country’s youth national team.
Footballlive.ng reports that Saka, who is knocking on the main team of the London club, notched twice in action for England’s under-19 squad in a 4-1 victory over Czech Republic, much to the delight of his club.
Saka was at his full element in the game at St George’s Park pitch 4 at Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, as he struck in the 11th and 56th minutes, to put the Young Lions back into the game, after then went down to a 10th minute opening goal for the visitors by Selnar.
He performance left many England fans gulping , much to the delight of officials at Hale End Academy, which produced the Nigerian-born lad for Arsenal’s future glories and honours in years to come.
The London club stated via @ArsenalAcademy: “@BukayoSaka87 scored twice in #ENGU19’s 4-1 win over Czech Republic. At 17, Bukayo was the youngest in the starting XI 👏 #YoungLions.”