ARSENAL star Bukayo Saka wrote himself into the Champions League history books with a stunning performance against Lens.
The Gunners confirmed they will finish top of Group B with a 6-0 demolition of their French opponents.
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Arsenal ran riot in the first-half, scoring five goals.
Saka tapped home the third of the game from close range after setting up Gabriel Jesus for the second following a mazy run into the box.
The winger made history with his fantastic display, joining an elite club with Karim Benzema and Luis Suarez.
He became just the third player since Champions League records began to score and assist in three consecutive home games.
Saka has done the business against PSV, Sevilla and Lens.
He now has seven goal contributions in just five games, more than anyone else in the Champions League this season.
Saka needs to get a goal and assist again in the last 16 at the Emirates to match Real Madrid hero Benzema, who achieved the feat in four matches on the bounce in 2011-12.
Meanwhile, Suarez did it over three games when he was with Barcelona in the 2015-16 season.
Tonight was a record-breaking evening for Mikel Arteta‘s side as they became the first ever English team to score five or more goals in the first-half of a Champions League tie.
It was also Arsenal’s 100th win in Europe’s elite competition.