Former Arsenal midfielder, Cesc Fabregas, singled out Bukayo Saka for reward after the Gunners defeated Benfica 3-2 within the Europa League last-32 second leg fixture on Thursday at Karaiskakis Stadium in Greece.
Fabregas, who spent nearly a decade at Arsenal, was impressed by Saka’s show towards Benfica.
The previous Chelsea star described the England teen as a “game-changer” after the match.
A brace from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and a strike from Kieran Tierney ensured Arsenal certified for the last-16 forward of Benfica on 4-3 combination.
Each groups had performed a 1-1 draw within the first leg final week.
Reacting, Fabregas wrote on Twitter: “Saka is such a great participant.
“Such a maturity and intelligence for his age. Sport changer.”
In the meantime, Aubameyang believes Mikel Arteta’s facet confirmed plenty of character to come back from behind to beat the Portuguese facet.
The Gabonese striker mentioned after the sport: “Everyone seems to be completely happy tonight.
“The group confirmed plenty of character, and we deserved the win.”