“Let Them Keep Talking”: Declan Rice Sends Message to Arsenal Teammate Who Won 12 Duels vs Tottenham

Midfielder Declan Rice has reacted to Bukayo Saka’s Instagram post following Arsenal’s 3-2 Premier League victory over Tottenham Hotspur

Despite a challenging match away from home, the Gunners triumphed and secured three crucial points. Saka, who contributed a goal and an assist, took to Instagram to celebrate the win with a caption that read: “North London, you’re OURS! Always & Forever. THE Arsenal.”

A number of his teammates responded to the post including Rice who wrote: “Let them keep talking.”

In a crucial match to stay competitive in the title race, Arsenal faced off against Spurs. They seemed destined for victory, leading 3-0 comfortably until David Raya’s significant goalkeeping error allowed Cristian Romero to score for Spurs.

Despite Arsenal’s dominance, a tense finale ensued as Rice’s unnecessary penalty foul led to Son Heung-min converting from the spot for Spurs, keeping the outcome uncertain until the end.

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In a gripping match, the players clinched a 3-2 victory. Saka stood out as one of the top performers, excelling in both attack and defense.

In addition to scoring a goal and providing an assist, the Gunners’ graduate dominated with 12 successful ground and aerial duels and five tackles. His passing accuracy stood at an impressive 88% during the intense derby clash.

Showing shades of his peak performance, the 22-year-old shone brightly against Spurs. Now, the challenge lies in maintaining this level of play over the final three matches of the season.

Currently leading the league with 80 points, Arsenal faces stiff competition from reigning champions Manchester City, who trail by just one point with a game in hand.

While the Gunners can’t dictate their fate, they must secure victories in their remaining matches to keep the pressure on Pep Guardiola’s side in the crucial weeks ahead.

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