Arsenal youngster Bukayo Saka put in an impressive display to help the Gunners to a comfortable 3-0 win over Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt in a Europa League clash on Thursday.
The UK born, Nigerian winger, who was given the nod ahead of Club record signing Nicola Pepe produced a solid performance for the Unai Emery’s men in Germany and was at the heart of their impressive attacking display.
Saka set up another academy graduate Joe Willock for the Gunners opener in the 38th minute, before he doubled the lead in the 85th minutes.
The 18-year-old turned provider again, as delivered another masterclass assist for Emerick Aubameyang goal two minutes from time, as the Gunners wrapped up a memorable European night in Germany.
Just 18 year old and 14 day- Bukayo Saka is the youngest player to score for Arsenal in the Europa League/Champions League since October 2008, when Aaron Ramsey (17y 300d) netted against Fenerbahce.
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