The Young Arsenal Starboy and England international scored his first career hat trick in a dismantling show against North Macedonia while playing for his international club. The hat trick was a two-way success, as it was the first in his career and, of course, the first for his England National Team.
Bukayo Saka, who is also a blooded Nigerian, represents the England National Team and has earned his stay in the first Team with consistent Top Performances, Proving why he’s arguably the best attacker in the England national Team presently. His performance last night against North Macedonia was such a thrilling show that it has got football lovers across the World talking and praising his Yoruba-fashioned name.
In a game that ended with a 7-0 win for England. Saka stole the show amidst other goalscorers like Harry Kane, who scored a brace, Marcus Rashford, and Kalvin Phillips, and he proved once again that his qualities are top-notch in the World of football. Aged 21 years and 287 days, Bukayo Saka has now set a historical record as he’s now the youngest player and First Arsenal player to score an England men’s hattrick since Theo Walcott (19 years and 178 days) vs. Croatia in September 2008.