Yes, it’s preseason, but Saka is already in ominous form and it’s hard not to get giddy with excitement. Against Barcelona, he was unplayable, as his first-half efforts were simply sensational as he scored one opportunistic goal and then had a big hand to play in the second.
His pace, determination, and physicality were all on show, and despite his missed penalty, he had a big influence on the game. Saka looks to somehow have gone to another level which is scary for what he could potentially do in the Premier League this season.
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