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‘Outstanding’: Gary Neville impressed by the performance of the £27m Arsenal player during today’s match at Old Trafford.



Gary Neville impressed by £27m Arsenal player’s performance at Old Trafford today.


Gary Neville was left in awe by the performance of an Arsenal player during their victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford today.


Despite conceding a sloppy goal to Leandro Trossard, the Gunners fought hard and showed great determination to secure the win against a resilient United side.


This victory puts Arsenal in a strong position heading into the final game of the season, as they now have a chance to compete with Manchester City for the league title.


Undoubtedly, it was Trossard who stole the spotlight with his winning goal, earning him well-deserved praise.


In the heart of the defense, William Saliba and Gabriel once again stood strong to secure their 18th clean sheet of the season.


Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville was full of praise for Saliba during the match against Manchester United. Neville expressed his admiration for the Frenchman, highlighting his exceptional performance.


“Saliba was exceptional today. He deserves the Player of the Match award. This is his 11th clean sheet away from home, and it’s a significant achievement,” Neville commented.


Despite Arsenal’s overall performance not being up to par, Saliba’s focus and determination were commendable.


Saliba has undoubtedly been one of the standout players of the season.


It is truly impressive to consider that Arsenal acquired Saliba for just £27m, and even more impressive that it required several loan spells and speculations about his future for him to break into the team.


However, since becoming a regular starter, Saliba has been exceptional, as evidenced by his nomination for the player of the season award.


The young French defender is progressing positively under Mikel Arteta, and at his tender age, he has the potential to become one of the greatest players in the sport.


Today, he displayed his quality, and as Neville pointed out, he rose to the occasion in a match that demanded unique attributes from the Gunners.