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We Can Beat Anyone — Bukayo Saka Sets The Record Straight



We Can Beat Anyone -- Bukayo Saka Sets The Record Straight

Arsenal forward Bukayo Saka has issued a warning to the Gunners’ rivals, stating that they will not fear any opponent in their Premier League title race. The North London club currently sit at the top of the Premier League table with 11 games remaining, eight points clear of Manchester City pending their game in hand.

In an interview, Bukayo Saka talked about Arsenal’s upcoming fixtures against Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, and Newcastle United, but expressed confidence in the team’s ability to win against any of these teams. “Martin [Keown] thinks that I’m getting ahead of the game, but you must be going to those grounds thinking we can win here,” Saka said.

Despite the difficult fixtures ahead, Saka believes that Arsenal can go to any ground with great belief and win. Arsenal’s impressive run of form has seen them climb to the top of the table, with manager Mikel Arteta’s tactics and the performances of their key players being praised by fans and pundits alike.

Bukayo Saka has been one of Arsenal’s standout performers this season, contributing five goals and three assists in 22 league appearances. The Gunners have not won the Premier League title since the 2003-04 season, famously going unbeaten throughout the campaign. However, with the team currently in a strong position, Saka’s confidence and belief could prove to be vital in their pursuit of silverware this season.

Arsenal will face Liverpool in one of their next fixtures, with the Reds struggling for form in recent weeks. However, Liverpool will be hoping to bounce back with a win against the league leaders. Arsenal’s performance in this game will be crucial in their title race, and Saka’s belief and confidence will be needed to help the Gunners secure victory.

With 10 games left to play, Arsenal are in a strong position to challenge for the Premier League title. Saka’s comments show the team’s determination and belief, and if they can maintain their current form, they could end their long wait for a league title.