7 stats that indicate Bukayo Saka is world class.

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Revealing 7 excellent statistics of Bukayo Saka after just scoring 2 goals in the game Arsenal defeated Burnley, resulting in scoring in the Premier League 4 matches in a row.

Bukayo Saka, Arsenal’s talented winger, is doing an excellent job. In the latest game, he scored two goals to help. Arsenal defeated Burnley 5-0 in the Premier League on Saturday, February 17.

Arsenal have won 5 matches in a row and after playing 25 matches, they are in 2nd place with 55 points, 2 points behind Liverpool and 2 points ahead of Manchester City, but Chelsea have played 1 less on the field shot.

Rio Ferdinand, former England defender It is concluded that Bukayo Saka is not yet a world-class player. Even though he has shown many impressive performances with Arsenal.

The 22-year-old has been a key feature for Mikel Arteta’s side once again this season, scoring 10 goals and providing two assists as well as creating a number of chances. Report by ยูฟ่าเบท

The winger scored two goals in Arsenal’s 6-0 win over West Ham last weekend. which also creates statistics.

Saka became the youngest player in more than 40 years to score 50 goals for Arsenal.

However, former Manchester United defender Ferdinand insists the talented England winger is not yet world-class.

This season, Saka has scored 13 goals and provided 13 assists in 31 appearances in all competitions. Here are 7 statistics that indicate the England international’s greatness. 

  • Saka has scored 6 Premier League goals in 5 games, more than any player in 2024.  
  • Since the start of last season, Saka is just one of five players to score at least seven Premier League goals with both feet, joining Ollie Watkins, Mohamed Za. Lah, Erling Haaland and Son Heung-min.   
  • Since the start of the 2021/22 season, only Saka and Salah have both scored over 40 goals and provided over 30 assists.
  • After scoring two more goals at Turf Moor, Saka has been involved in 18 goals (scored or assisted) in the Premier League this season, with only three other players having more than him.  
  • Among Europe’s big 7 leagues, only Victor Giojeres, Sporting Lisbon striker (188), and Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe (183) have touched. More balls in the opponent’s penalty area than Saka (181).
  • Saka is the youngest player (22 years 159 days) to score 50 goals for Arsenal since Frank Stapleton in 1978. 
  • Saka scored twice in the win over Burnley, giving him goals in four consecutive Premier League matches for the first time in his career.