Arsenal attacker Bukayo Saka is perhaps the best player at the club, and his talent has now been recognised after winning the PFA Young Player of the Year award.

The 21-year-old scored 14 and assisted 11 times in the League last season, helping Arsenal challenge for the title, and he delivered some phenomenal performances.

With plenty of goals to pick from, it may be tough to highlight his best moment, but the England star has now revealed which strike was his favourite.

Speaking to Sky Sports at the PFA awards ceremony, Saka named a long-range strike against a big rival as his favourite goal for the club.

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“A moment from last season that’s obviously my favourite is the goal against (Manchester) United at the Emirates,” he stated.

“I think that’s probably my favourite goal for Arsenal”

A season of brilliance

Saka was simply sensational last season, appearing in every single Premier League game and delivering in key moments.

He scored against United twice, Liverpool and Manchester City, and provided assists against Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.

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His goal against United at the Emirates was one of the highlights of the season. With the scores tied at 1-1 following a Marcus Rashford screamer and an equaliser from Eddie Nketiah, Saka outdid his England teammate with an even better strike.

Picking up the ball in the United half, Saka cut inside onto his left foot before unleashing a powerful strike into the bottom corner beyond David De Gea.

Nketiah went on to score a last-minute winner to send the Emirates Stadium into raptures, and Saka will be hoping for a similar result as United return to North London on Sunday.

Saka has three goals and two assists in seven matches against United, and has won four of these encounters, with all four victories coming at the Emirates.

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