Saka was happy that Arsenal managed to overcome Brentford….

In their London derby against the Bees, the Gunners emerged victorious in the end.

BUKAYO SAKA admits that this season has seen a change in him. He claims that the early pace-setters of this season are also distinct as a unit.

With three quarters of the season remaining, Saka once again led Arsenal to victory and their return to the top of the Premier League standings. Naturally, he is still their “Starboy,” but in order to stay relevant, he must adapt his style of play.

Arsenal faltered at the end of the last title race but only after they blew away most of their opponents, for most of the season, opening the scoring 14 times in the first 15 minutes of matches. They have not done that once yet this campaign.

“After all, it’s just about finding a way,” Saka grinned. He’s always grinning.

“That’s what it means to be an Arsenal player; to just create and score chances and display exceptional moments.”

When I asked him what the difference is, he became evasive. “I don’t really want to tell you because the managers will know a bit more about how we play,” he remarked, pausing before grinning once more. It is our responsibility to adjust to each game and come up with a fix.

This season, Brentford made an effort to mimic a lot of Arsenal’s rivals by playing deep defense in the hopes of seizing an opportunity from a set-piece or on the counterattack. Mikel Arteta’s squad eventually got a response in the 89th minute when Saka, who had been double-teamed the whole game, wriggled free to send a tantalizing, inch-perfect cross for Kai Havertz to head in, his second goal since joining from Chelsea in the big money.

Saka continued, “Each game is unique, but we know we can improve greatly.” “We’re top of the league and getting really good results, but we’re especially working on breaking teams down.” Thus, we can truly be content.

“Every game is different, but we know we can improve greatly,” Saka went on. “We’re top of the league and getting really good results, but we’re especially working on breaking teams down.” We can thus be genuinely satisfied.

Saka, who is only 22 years old, will view a replay of this game to evaluate his performance before returning to the field to be ready for his home Champions League match against Lens on Wednesday night. After the game, Brentford manager Thomas Frank stated that he was most pleased with the way the threat posed by Arsenal’s twin wingers Saka and Gabriel Martinelli was almost eliminated.

Saka and his rookie Brazilian teammate are becoming used to this method. “I feel like I’m facing a double team with two guys on me a lot of games,” he pointed out. The same holds true for Gabby Martinelli. It occurs in all of the games.

I keep going back and watching all of my games to see what I can improve on. Ultimately, I think I simply need to accept that this is the way things are going to be for the season and keep pushing through, just as I did today. That is what I must continue to do.

“Have I previously watched the City vs. Liverpool game? Yes, and by the way, what a game! Extremely well-made, and naturally, the draw worked out well for us. We all understood what it meant. “This was a chance to go top of the league,” the guys stated during the team meeting. We accepted that.

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