A fantastic win for Arsenal to put all our doubters (and Tottenham!) in their place. Now maybe the pundits will take us seriously. I mean how many games must you we unbeaten before they believe we are a good team? 19 and counting!
So here are my ratings…..
It’s debateable whether he could have saved the first goal, but it did go through a very small space at speed. But otherwise did his job very well. Not that he had much to do 🙂
I loved his aggression when it was obvious Spurs were trying to bully us. His improvement is palpable and he now looks more of an attacking force.
Everyone thought he was too old when he arrived. What do you think now? A bargain! He is looking like our rock at the back.
A moment of madness for the penalty, but this formation suits him and he is usually very solid.
Another one that seems to improve with three at the back. I hope his injury isn’t too bad and he can play on Wednesday.
It is a fact he is much better as a wing-back than a defender, and he was excellent yesterday.
Brilliant goal to cap off a brilliant display, and a brilliant celebration. Did I say he was brilliant?
Very good display and he loves playing with Torreira. Where were Spurs oh-so-good midfield yesterday?
He is definitely trying hard but he is still misplacing passes and his shooting is still way off kilter, but he did show that he is keen and he still has time to improve.
Not as bad as usual lately, but I must admit I was very happy when Ramsey and Lacazette replaced him and Iwobi at half-time.
You can’t knock someone who scores ten goals out of ten shots in a row. A thorough hardworking performance that deserves a 9.
Great coolness for the third goal to finish off the Spuds. As always Emery’s subs make all the differece.
He played like he really wants to win his place back, and I think he did enough to impress Emery as well as the fans.
Not really enough time to rate but he didn’t make any errors..