Bukayo Saka was in Arsenal’s line in their premier league clash with Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.
The youngster played all the minutes but had nothing to celebrate as Manchester City recorded flawless 3 – 0 over the Gunners.
It was a sad return for Saka and his teammates who are now without a win against the Pep Guardiola’s tutored side in the last seven matches.
Substitute David Luiz produced an error-filled performance at the back and Manchester City took full advantage to wrap the win.
The former Chelsea defender’s error led to Raheem Sterling’s opener (45+2) before he was sent off for fouling Riyad Mahrez inside the penalty area four minutes into the second half.
Kevin De Bruyne stepped up and converted the spot (51) before substitute Phil Foden (90+1) completed the rout to condemn Arsenal to first league defeat in 2020.
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