BUKAYO SAKA left Arsenal team-mate Aaron Ramsdale stunned with his wonderstrike against Manchester United.
The 21-year-old England star handed Arsenal a 2-1 lead in the 53rd minute after Marcus Rashford and Eddie Nketiah struck in the first half.
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The Arsenal star then copied Three Lions team-mate Rashford’s signature celebration.
Gunners goalkeeper Rasmdale was left stunned by Saka’s wonderstrike.
Ramsdale let out a grin and put his hands on his head.
But just like it didn’t take Arsenal long to equaliser after Rashford’s opener, United swiftly hit back.
Lisandro Martinez put his head on the line to beat Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard to the ball first, and his effort looped into the back of Ramsdale’s net.
It took a late Nketiah instinct strike from close range to snatch a 3-2 win and all three points.
The Hale End academy product turned Odegaard’s on-target shot in.
The win lifts Arsenal up onto 50 points, five ahead of defending champions Manchester City, and Mikel Arteta’s men have a game in hand.
Nketiah’s last gasp strike leaves United in fourth, but level on points with third-place Newcastle.