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Bukayo Saka's horrible miss in the Europa League was close to smashing a fan in the face on Thursday.
The Arsenal youngster scored the Gunners' winning goal against Bodo/Glimt, but a horrible attempt at a shot went wrong, flying up and nearly hitting a fan enjoying the game in his flat.
Saka's goal gave Arsenal their third win in the competition from three games, and they are on the brink of qualifying for the last 16. Although Mikel Arteta's men failed to perform excellently, they got the job done.
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Arsenal have lost just once in 12 matches in all competitions, according to Soccerway. They are top in both the Premier League and their Europa League group.
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Saka produced the moment of the game against Liverpool on Sunday, putting away the penalty to tighten their grip on the league table.
Against the Norwegian side, Saka took a shot which flew way above the goal and towards a flat behind the pitch, according to Sportbible.
At one of the windows, a fan was calmly enjoying the game when he was stunned by the ball – which bounced off the window frame and almost hit him in the face.
The fan, who had a perfect seat for the match, was shocked after the incident.
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With the result in Norway and an impressive win over Liverpool last Sunday, Arsenal looks like the real deal and are firing on all cylinders so far, according to the Guardian.
Sports Brief earlier reported on Bukayo Saka being given advice on which team he should join to win trophies.
Former England goalkeeper David James said the England star should join Manchester City to get instant success.
Saka has become one of Arsenal's best players and is always the first name on the team sheet.
Source: Sports Brief News
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