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Bukayo Saka matches record held by Arsenal legend

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( Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka / Photo via Getty )

Arsenal’s burgeoning star, Bukayo Saka, has etched his name into the annals of the club’s illustrious history by matching the remarkable Premier League goal involvement record set by Arsenal legend Freddie Ljungberg. With a total of 72 goal involvements in the Premier League, Saka’s outstanding contributions have firmly established him alongside one of the club’s most revered figures, showcasing his burgeoning impact on the team.

Saka’s ascent to equaling Ljungberg’s record is underpinned by his stellar performances this season, having netted eight goals and provided seven assists in the Premier League, thereby playing an instrumental role in Arsenal’s current standing in the 2023/24 campaign. Arsenal’s position in 2nd place on the Premier League table with 49 points after 23 league games is a testament to Saka’s influential presence and his pivotal contributions to the team’s success throughout the season.

The remarkable feat achieved by Saka underscores his emergence as a pivotal figure within the Arsenal squad, with his electrifying displays on the pitch resonating with fans and fellow players alike. Saka’s ability to carve out goal-scoring opportunities and create pivotal moments for his team has not only bolstered Arsenal’s performances but has also solidified his standing as a key player within the team.

As Saka continues to shine on the Premier League stage, his achievement in equaling Ljungberg’s esteemed record serves as a testament to his remarkable talent and unwavering dedication to the club. With his impressive goal involvements and pivotal role in Arsenal’s pursuit of Premier League glory, Saka’s remarkable journey is emblematic of the bright future that lies ahead for both the player and the club, as they aim to further their ambitions and etch their names in the storied history of Arsenal Football Club.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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