Bukayo Saka was constrained off with an injury after just 27 minutes in the 5-0 win over Nottingham Forest.
Mikel Arteta says he is confident that the injury Bukayo Saka got against Nottingham Timberland won’t run him out of the following month’s World Cup.
Bukayo Saka began the game on Sunday at the Emirates subsequent to highlighting for half hour in the mid-week Europa League rout to PSV Eindhoven. The 21-year-old collaborated Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus in the north Londoners’ front three yet his evening was over in no less than 27 minutes in the wake of enduring with injury.
Club specialist Gary O’Driscoll evaluated Saka as he attempted to go on subsequent to getting a thump however he couldn’t keep following two loads of treatment on the pitch. Reiss Nelson supplanted him and capitalized on the open door with two objectives in three last part minutes as Arteta’s men got back to the highest point of the table with a 5-0 win.
In spite of seeing his side recuperate from Thursday’s loss in the Netherlands in the best way, center post-match will be straight on Saka’s circumstance in front of a bustling November month preceding the mid-season break.
After the game, Arteta was found out if Saka would now be an uncertainty for the competition. He said: “Ideally not. It was a terrible kick.
“Right from the start he was limping, yet I don’t see any farther than that. How about we perceive how he is in the following two or three days.”
With respect to where he was harmed, Arteta added: “I think both [foot or ankle]. He got kicked a couple of times and he wasn’t happy.”