Arsenal’s Yaya Sanogo Makes First Meaningful Contribution As Ajax Player

Yaya Sanogo

Reports are out claiming that Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo made his first meaningful contribution as an Ajax player at the weekend, earning a late penalty as the Dutch giants drew 2-2 with FC Twente.

Twente stunned the visitors by racing to a two-goal lead, before Viktor Fischer pulled one back for Ajax.

Sanogo, was then fouled by Twente keeper Joel Drommel late in the game, as he raced onto a ball in the area. Nemanja Gudelj made no mistake from the resulting penalty to earn the reigning champions a point.

22-year-old has endured a rough start to life in Holland, having been dropped to the reserves and described by club coach Ronald De Boer as having “no qualities”.

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