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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Freddie Ljungberg speaks of his pride with Bukayo Saka set to face Yunus Musah


Freddie Ljungberg will find his heart beating faster than usual on Friday night.

Not because he is nervous or anxious about the result as England stride out to face the USA at the Al Bayt Stadium. But rather because his heart will be bursting with pride.

It's set to be a proud moment for Freddie Ljungberg (R) when Bukayo Saka (L) takes on Yunus Musah

It’s set to be a proud moment for Freddie Ljungberg (R) when Bukayo Saka (L) takes on Yunus Musah

Two of his former players are set to go head-to-head here in Qatar and Ljungberg won’t be able to take his eyes off it.

Fresh from his brilliant brace in England’s opening game win over Iran on Monday night, Bukayo Saka is expected to keep his place in the England team.

At the opposite end of the pitch his former Arsenal team-mate Yunus Musah is expected to line-up for the USA.

Both are products of Arsenal’s Hale End academy….



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