Europa League: Cesc Fabregas reacted to Bukayo Saka's brace assist in Arsenal 3-2 win against Benfica
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A Arsenal young star player, Bukayo Saka assisted twice in Arsenal 3-2 win against Benfica on Thursday last 32 of the Europa league campaign.
A former Arsenal player, Cesc Fabregas has reacted to the 19-year old player brace assist that saw the Gunners to cling on to reach the last 16 of the Europa league campaign. "Saka is such a good player. Such a maturity and intelligence for his age. Game changer". Cesc Fabregas wrote on his official Twitter page.
Saka's, first assist came in the 21 minutes of the game, when Aubameyang scored his first goal of the match to equalise it 1-1 for Arsenal.
Saka's, second assist came in the 87 minutes of the game, when Aubameyang scored his second goal of the match to make it 3-2 for Arsenal.
Arsenal has however, booked their place in the last 16 of the Europa league campaign, after they defeated Benfica 3-2 at home.
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