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The youngster scored a bizarre third goal in the 3-1 win at the Emirates when he found the far corner with his right foot from just inside the area.
Edouard Mendy in the goal did not even move and it looked like Saka's strike was actually a mis-hit cross.
That's certainly what Abraham was saying to his England teammate at the final whistle.
"You didn't mean it, shut up man," the Chelsea striker appeared to say, with Saka and Ainsley Maitland-Niles in hysterics as Abraham walked away.
The exchange has promptly gone viral on social media.
Saka is still adamant that it was not a fluke, though. He told reporter Geoff Shreeves as much after the game and followed it up with a tweet confirming that he did mean it.
Alexandre Lacazette and Granit Xhaka scored the other goals in the first half in the huge win for Arsenal, while Abraham notched a late consolation for the visitors.
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