Arsenal's young forward recently completed his loan move to fellow Premier League side Crystal Palace, and the Frenchman was picked for his Eagles debut just a few days later.
The 21-year-old has plenty of competition for a starting berth at the Gunners, with the likes of Olivier Giroud, Danny Welbeck and Alexis Sanchez all ahead of him in the pecking order, so it was no surprise to see him head out on loan in 2015.
Sanogo has made 20 appearances for Arsenal to date but he has only scored one goal in that time, so more top-flight experience cannot be a bad thing at a club where he is likely to play far more regularly.
But how did he do in Palace's 3-2 win against Burnley on Saturday?
As you can see from the statistics below, his passing accuracy needs plenty of work, with just 56 per cent of his attempts finding a teammate on this occasion. He also had just one shot (off-target) and failed to provided any assists, although he did make one key pass.
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Sanogo's age means he still has plenty of time to make it at Arsenal, but for now it is all about Palace as the youngster seeks to help Alan Pardew's men climb further up the table.
After the match we took to Twitter to see what Arsenal fans thought of Sanogo's performance and you can read a selection of what we found below:
@Stu1375 Sanogo is consistant! Played loads - scored none! I can see why he's out on loan! Why doesn't Wenger splash the cash on a striker?— Stuart Bond (@stuy007) January 18, 2015
watching the palace game last night I can see why arsenal let sanogo go out on loan.Dwight Gayle is on another level.— ✞ RuiLin《瑞麟》 (@Maacarons) January 18, 2015
I genuinely think Sanogo is going to be brilliant one day.— Anderß (@BergkampSpin) January 17, 2015
Does Zaha know how to release the ball?? Sanogo would've got a brace today if it wasn't for him— ian (@iaaannnEf) January 17, 2015
Was half expecting to see Sanogo's name on the score sheet today!!— Tom Amos (@tom4mos) January 17, 2015
Even watching Sanogo on MOTD makes me chuckle. Very strange sometimes to think of him as a pro footballer— George Robbins (@GeorgeRobbins10) January 17, 2015