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Sport Arsenal are left sweating over the fitness of Bukayo Saka

02:16  30 november  2021
02:16  30 november  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The England winger scored the opener in the Gunners' 2-0 win over Newcastle. He was forced off not long after his goal after reporting discomfort in his thigh. Arsenal were continuing to assess Saka on Monday ahead of trip to Man United. Share or comment on this article: Arsenal are left sweating over the fitness of Bukayo Saka after he was forced off against Newcastle. e-mail.

Mikel Arteta is adamant that Luka Milivojevic James McArthur should have been sent off during Arsenal ’s 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace after the midfielder volleyed Bukayo Saka ’s right calf into 2022 with a wild late swipe just before half time. The Scot was shown a yellow card for the challenge by referee Mike Dean The Gunners were forced to remove Saka at the break with Arteta later explaining the winger was in too much pain to continue. While the incident doesn’t excuse Arsenal ’s latest lacklustre performance, it’s clear the boss was irked with the situation and confused by VAR’s stance.

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Arsenal are hopeful Bukayo Saka has avoided significant injury after he was forced off against Newcastle.

The England winger, an instrumental figure in the Gunners’ recent upturn in form, had to be withdrawn not long after he opened the scoring in Saturday’s 2-0 win at the Emirates — which took Arsenal to within touching distance of the Premier League’s top four — having reported discomfort in his thigh.

Manager Mikel Arteta said: ‘It was an action where he said he felt something muscular. He wasn’t comfortable to continue.’

Arsenal were continuing to assess Saka on Monday ahead of Thursday’s trip to Manchester United.

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Arsenal will be hoping for good news on the fitness of Bukayo Saka after the youngster was forced off in the second half against Sheffield United. The England international dropped to the deck off the ball and was spotted clutching his thigh before receiving medical assistance. He appeared to be in some discomfort as he rubbed his thigh, so much so he immediately decided that he needed to come off. Mikel Arteta looked understandably concerned when Saka left the field of play, as he was replaced by Willian. But replays showed Saka may have picked up a dead leg following a coming together with

Arsenal sweating on the fitness of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Martin Odegaard ahead of Europa League quarter-final second leg against Slavia Prague after they missed Tuesday's training - but Bukayo Saka has recovered from a dead leg. Arsenal are still sweating over the health of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang against Slavia Prague.

They say his withdrawal was precautionary and are optimistic no major damage was done.

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