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This kind of player is something I have never seen before; even after beating us yesterday by five goals, he was still hungry for more. His playing style is distinct, and I’m not sure if he’s a machine or a human. One Arsenal player received a lot of praise from Burnley manager Vincent Kompany for his outstanding performance yesterday.

This kind of player is something I have never seen before; even after beating us yesterday by five goals, he was still hungry for more. His playing style is distinct, and I'm not sure if he's a machine or a human. One Arsenal player received a lot of praise from Burnley manager Vincent Kompany for his outstanding performance yesterday.

Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, commended Martin Odegaard for his superb Premier League performance against Burnley.

The Gunners’ winning run was extended to five consecutive games. At Turf Moor, they won 5-0 with relative ease.

In just four minutes, Odegaard opened the score and provided an assist for Bukayo Saka’s second goal of the game.

After the 5-0 win, Arteta expressed his happiness for the club captain. He said that Odegaard is “hitting form” at the ideal time and in a “really excellent” frame of mind.

“Physically, I think he’s in a really good place with the way he applies himself; defending, attacking, the connection, the movement that he gave us on the right-hand side, it’s really good,” he said to Arsenal.com. He’s in top form.

After scoring at Turf Moor, Odegaard covered his ears in response to criticism directed at Arsenal’s celebrations. Arteta said, “I don’t know, I didn’t notice that he made that gesture,” in response to a question about it.

The team has been playing brilliantly, winning with 21 goals. With just four goals in the five games played before the trip, the Dubai camp has done remarkably well.

When his team plays Porto in the Champions League, Arteta will be hoping that his team can keep up their good play. On Wednesday, the first leg of the round of 16 matches will take place at the Estadio do Dragao.

In their last three away trips to Porto, the Gunners have lost twice and drawn once. In the second leg, they have a chance to break the skid and take a sizable lead.

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