Mikel Arteta explains why he substituted Bukayo Saka against Man City


Arsenal's manager, Mikel Arteta has explained his season for substituting Bukayo Saka in the potential title decider against Manchester City.

The Spaniard took out his prolific midfielder in the second half of the game and this seemed to worry a lot of Arsenal fans. However, Arteta has cleared their doubts and told them not to worry because he took Saka out because he was fatigued.

He said,

"He just went out today with fatigue, nothing serious”.

Arsenal ensured that they ended Manchester City's 57 games goal-scoring streak at the Etihad Stadium. This result puts Liverpool on top of the league table with 67 points ahead of Arsenal in second place with 65 points and Manchester City in third place with 64 points.