Arsenal fans in meltdown over ‘Saka Regen’ who was fast-tracked into first-team training by Mikel Arteta

ARSENAL fans have been sent into meltdown by Amario Cozier-Duberry’s latest performance.

The winger scored twice for the Gunners’ under-21s in a Premier League 2 win over Liverpool.

A stunner from Cozier-Duberry

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X / @ArsenalAcademyAmario Cozier-Duberry has sent Arsenal fans into meltdown with his latest goals[/caption]

X / @ArsenalAcademyThe teenage winger scored twice as Arsenal’s under-21s beat Liverpool on Sunday[/caption]

Footage of one of his strikes has since been shared on social media to the delight of supporters.

After being released down the right-hand side, Cozier-Duberry cut inside onto his left foot.

He then shimmied past a defender before firing the ball into the top corner.

Fans could not help but spot a resemblance to Bukayo Saka after watching the goal.

Cozier-Duberry, who was fast-tracked into first-team training in February, has previously been dubbed the “next Saka”.

Reacting to the goal, one fan commented: “Saka Jr.”

Another added: “Literally Saka Regen.”

A third supporter also wrote: “It’s like Saka all over again.”


Meanwhile, one more said: “This guy plays like Saka.”

Saka has become a key man for the Gunners since graduating from the academy.

After scoring in Sunday’s North London derby win over Tottenham, the forward now has 57 goals in 224 appearances for the club.

Cozier-Duberry is still waiting for his first-team debut, though, but has been named on the bench in the Premier League and Champions League by Mikel Arteta.

The 18-year-old joined the Arsenal academy aged 14 in 2019 and is already an England youth international.

X / @ArsenalAcademyArsenal fans once again compared Cozier-Duberry to current star Bukayo Saka[/caption]

His brace against Liverpool on Sunday has boosted his impressive numbers this season.

In 17 appearances in the Premier League 2 this term, Cozier-Duberry has scored nine goals and provided five assists.

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