FANS have all been saying the same thing after Bukayo Saka netted for England against Iran.

The Arsenal winger scored the Three Lions’ second goal of the game to put them in control in their World Cup opener.

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Bukayo Saka volleyed home England’s second goal against Iran[/caption]

Jude Bellingham had headed England in front, but Saka’s strike got fans talking.

Many are suggesting that it is his redemption after missing a penalty in the shootout of the Euros final in 2020.

One tweeted: “I cheered this goal like a Man United player scored it.

“Saka was racially abused after missing that penalty against Italy, at Euro 2020, I bet those same s*** bags are cheering him right now.

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“Redemption for the 21-year-old.”

Another said: “Saka’s redemption arch continues.”

A third added: “Little piece of redemption for Saka in an England shirt. I feel like a proud dad.”

A fourth chimed in with: “Very happy for Saka.


“Redemption arc after the way the Euros ended – fitting with his form at Arsenal this season. Lovely finish.”

Raheem Sterling made it three for England before half-time.

After the game against Iran, Saka and co will face the USA and Wales as they look to make it out of the group.

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