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His passing was silky throughout, and his vision seemed impossible at times.
Whilst both are creative, attacking midfield players, the Norwegian already has another thing in common with the Spaniard, in the sense that he could be on course to takeover the Gunners' permanent captain vacancy. This was no problem for Odegaard though, and he led the team superbly.Next
While he was on the ball and trying to dictate matter against Southampton, there were wayward shots, loose final passes and not the same energy out of possession fans had grown accustomed to.
Already the Norway captain from a young age, his drive and mentality has made him the embodiment of the new Arsenal Mikel Arteta is creating. It's cool that he's following me. Arteta has not quite recovered the authority over Arsenal supporters that he lost on that May night.Next
Martin Odegaard bringing the best out of Bukayo Saka and helping to lead Arsenal's top-four charge Martin Odegaard's intelligence and creativity are proving invaluable in Arsenal's top-four push; Norwegian is helping Bukayo Saka shine on Gunners' right; watch Arsenal vs Leicester live on Sky Sports Premier League from 4pm on Sunday; kick-off 4.
In Odegaard's most prolific season in one of Europe's top five leagues he scored seven and provided nine assists for Real Sociedad in 36 matches.Next
It has, however, long been apparent that the market for their bright young things that they might have need for in the medium term -- Odegaard, Achraf Hakimi, Sergio Reguilon -- does not exist for the likes of Isco or Gareth Bale aside from an emotion-led season back on loan at Tottenham.
Now there is a growing fear among supporters that this could be the start of another slog of a season.Next
Once is forgivable, twice in succession is more concerning.
It goes to show just how passionate he is about the cause.Next
Image: Martin Odegaard is unveiled by Real Madrid in January 2015 "I think that was a really difficult period for Martin because the expectations he had straight away at his age weren't proportionate with the level he played at and what he could actually do," Arteta told Sky Sports last week.