Bukayo Saka is off to a stellar start on his World Cup debut against Iran. Former Arsenal midfielder Joe Willock praised Saka for his performance against Iran.
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England are off to an empathic start to their World Cup campaign defeating Iran by 6-2. Jude Bellingham, Raheem Sterling,Marcus Rashford and Jack Grealish each scored a goal.Mehdi Taremi scored 2 goals for Iran.
Saka was criticized for not scoring a goal in a penalty shootout in the European Championship Final against Italy in 2021.
He has improved a lot since then and has become South gate’s most reliable player and is an integral part of the squad.
Willock was part of the Arsenal team between 2017 and 2021. He was elated by Saka’s performance against Iran and called it God’s will.
“When God says yes no man can say No. keep shining bro”
Bukayo Saka was awarded man of the match award on his World Cup debut against Iran.Saka has played 21 games for the three Lions scoring 6 goals and assisting in 5.
Arsenal stars congratulate Bukayo Saka on his stellar performance
Bukayo Saka emerged as the hero in the game against Iran bagging a Brace for his performance. The two goals that he scored were the highlight of the match alongside his skills in passing key passes and four attempted dribbles leading to drawing in two fouls. Iranian defenders were baffled by Saka’s speed and agility.
His performance caught the eye balls of his fellow Arsenal teammates and they were impressed and overjoyed by his performance on the grandest stage.
“It’s unbelievable what he’s done. It says everything about his strength of character. You saw what happened last summer, everyone was with him then. He’s flourishing with Arsenal. He’s playing with a smile on his face.” said Declan Rice on Bukayo Saka Performance
England’s dominant outing against Iran is a sign of things to come in the upcoming matches. Every team must be really scared of the way they dominated against Iran.
England next face off against the USA on Saturday Nov 26th at Khalid Stadium. USA is coming off a draw against Wales.