Arsenal star, Bukayo Saka has been named Premier League’s player of the month for March, Sportivationng.com reports.
The 21-year-old has won the award for the first time in his career to become the 22nd different Arsenal player to win the award – the most of any club in the history of the league.
Saka was impressive in the 4-0 win over Everton with a goal and one assist, he scored twice and recorded one assist against Crystal Palace.
He became the first player to record double figures of goals and assists in the Premier League this season with 12 goals and 10 assists.
The Three Lions star beat the likes of Mohammed Salah, Leandro Trossard, Alexander Isak, Alexis Mac Allister and Tyrone Mings to the Award.
He enjoyed an impressive international break for England with a stunning goal against Ukraine and also assisting Harry Kane for the other goal, which earned him the man of the match in the encounter.
Saka became the second Arsenal player to win the award this season after Martin Odegaard won the November/December edition.
Similarly, Arsenal’s goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has won the Premier League save of the month award for March for his outstanding save against Bournemouth.
Speaking about his award, Ramsdale said: “I’m very pleased, there’s been a few months where I’ve been nominated and better saves have won to be fair, but the save enabled us to stay in the game and eventually win it.
“We do quite a lot of work with our goalkeeping coaches doing spreads and one v ones.
The ball came across the box and Dom Solanke couldn’t get on it, and the winger took it first time. I knew I needed to get on the end of it, and it managed to hit me on the forearm so it was a nice save.
Ramsdale beat Alphonse Areola, Jose Sa, Illian Meslier, Fraser Forster and David Raya to the award.