Yannick Bolasie hails ‘special’ Arsenal player for presentation in win over West Ham
Yannick Bolasie had just expressions of commendation for Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard, who helped the Gunners with two aids their 3-1 win over West Ham on Boxing Day. The Sledges couldn’t break the midfielder, who was a thistle with all due respect through a large part of the game.
Odegaard was imperative all through as he searched out possibilities, spread out precise passes, and put West Ham on the back foot. Yannick Bolasie was completely dazzled, taking to Twitter to state:
“Odegaard is simply something different… unique player such a delight to watch what he does on the pitch, a winger or strikers dream in behind.”
Odegaard is just something else…special player such a joy to watch what he does on the pitch, a winger or strikers dream in behind #Vision 🪄— Yannick Bolasie (@YannickBolasie) December 26, 2022
The former Premier League forward likewise added the hashtag #Vision and an enchanted wand emoticon to his commendation for the Arsenal captain.
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Odegaard has scored a wonderful six goals in the Premier League this season, and keeping in mind that he neglected to see as the net in this game, it did practically nothing to imprint his general exhibition.
He will be satisfied with his work in solidifying the Gunners’ spot at the highest point of the Premier League table as they head into the New Year.
The Mallets have experienced their fourth loss straight, because of a telling exhibition by the Gunners on Boxing Day. The match got going splendidly, as Bukayo Saka scored inside the initial five minutes. Notwithstanding, the goal was prohibited for offside.
Notwithstanding this mishap, Arsenal kept on applying strain on their adversaries, continually attacking and endeavoring to track down the rear of the net. It was West Ham who in the long run broke the gridlock, as Said Benrahma scored from the penalty spot in the 27th moment.
The Gunners were likewise given a penalty by the referee after an apparent handball by Aaron Cresswell. Notwithstanding, a VAR check uncovered that the ball had just raised a ruckus around town’s head, as opposed to his hand, and the penalty call was upset.
Mikel Arteta’s men didn’t yield, amazingly pursuing their own goal, and only minutes into the last part, Bukayo Saka got it going for Arsenal. A shot from Odegaard tracked down its approach to an onside Saka, who had a lot of opportunity to pick his spot and put it past Fabianski.
As the hour mark drew closer, the Gunners started to lead the pack with an instructing show of attacking play from Gabriel Martinelli, whose low shot put them ahead. Eddie Nketiah fixed the triumph for the Gunners as he skillfully moved past his marker prior to roaring the ball past Fabianski’s outstretched arms.
The last score was a resonating 3-1 win for Arsenal as they briefly flooded eight points clear of Manchester City at the highest point of the Premier League table.