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Tottenham Hotspur were beaten 3-1 at Arsenal on Sunday afternoon, and Gary Neville wasn’t too impressed with Sergio Reguilon’s defending against Bukayo Saka.

Saka set up Emile Smith Rowe for the opener, but Smith Rowe turned provider for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score.

Saka then made it 3-0 before Son Heung-min grabbed a second-half consolation for Tottenham.

This was Arsenal’s day and Saka simply ran riot against a dismal Tottenham side.

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Saka stats in Arsenal win

Saka was involved in all aspects of the game on Sunday.

He got his goal and assist, but his full stats look even more impressive.

Three key passes, two shots on target, three tackles won, one interception and won clearance – Saka was truly everywhere.

The 20-year-old is highly-regarded at Arsenal, and Sunday’s display certainly won’t slow down the hype surrounding Saka.

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Neville criticises Tottenham defender Reguilon defending against Saka

With Arsenal already 3-0 up, Saka was still driving at Tottenham left back Sergio Reguilon in search of more.

Reguilon just couldn’t handle Saka, though he did later grab the assist for Son’s consolation.

Gary Neville wasn’t impressed with Reguilon, telling Sky Sports (26/09, 6:02pm) that Reguilon wasn’t doing anything to stop Saka coming inside on this left foot.

Neville felt it was just ‘too easy’ for Saka to get shots on goal with Reguilon in no man’s land trying to defend against him – a major concern for Tottenham moving forward.

“It’s just too easy again on that far side,” said Neville. “Reguilon doesn’t do anything really to stop Saka coming back on his left foot,” he added.

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