- Jan 28, 2009
Tough game for him, but one he'll learn from no doubt. I feel he's pretty solid in general without being spectacular.
Been a lot of 'it was Saka, he destroys everyone' type of comments - but he really hasn't destroyed much at all for a good while. It's their other winger regularly having full-backs for breakfast these days.Had a tough match one on one versus Saka, but I reckon any LB in the PL is having a tough one with Saka. Damn, what a baller is that. I do think that he recovered quite well the last half an hour, was tenacious as always and has an impressive physique. Certainly not his best game, but for a 15 million bargain playing his fourth 90 minutes in the PL, he definitely didn't do bad either.
Well, I watched the Villa game a couple of days before, and he was practically unstoppable. Quite a miracle that match ended the way it ended, could've been 7-1 for Arsenal and Saka was a plague for their defense.Been a lot of 'it was Saka, he destroys everyone' type of comments - but he really hasn't destroyed much at all for a good while. It's their other winger regularly having full-backs for breakfast these days.
vs Salah gw3?He couldn't cope with Saka at the start, probably because it's his first time playing against a player with such quality - fast, technical and strong. He did however, slowly recovered from that and hounded Saka so much in the second half that Saka kicked him petulantly. That is a clear indication that he frustrated Saka a lot which means he did well with what he was tasked with. The ones who are scapegoating him in this thread clearly didn't watch the game but just the highlights and is here to shit on any player to feel a bit better about themselves.
He doesn’t know any of the wingers in the league, having 2 games against each, or close to it, will certainly do wonders.I have a feeling that he will become a very good LB after one season when he 'll have learnt a lot about EPL,
yesterday reminded me Evra debut vs city's sinclair and vassel