Arsenal fans at the Emirates last night were treated to yet another three goals as the Gunners recorded their tenth win in a row. We had to come from behind again but Unai Emery thinks that the fans lifted the team to keep fighting for the three points. The new boss said after the game: “When we were winning, controlling the game and finding chances to score, I think that’s the moment when our supporters pushed us forward and helped us. The atmosphere today was very big. The first 30 minutes was a difficult period and we needed to be together for our style and progressing in the match. We deserved to win today for everything in the 90 minutes.”
Unai Emery put out a very good Arsenal team, although there was definitely some rotation included and the left back situation seems a bit strange. As usual the Gunners started very sluggishly and the first half was not at all impressive and no one was very surprised Leicester took the lead after half an hour as this has not been unusual for Arsenal this season, but that is when we usually start playing. The goal could be considered a bit lucky as Bellerin gave the perfect deflection for the shot to blindside Leno, but not unexpected.
If you just watched the highlights of Arsenal’s entertaining game against Fulham you would think that the Gunners had a very easy game, but if you listen to what the Fulham coach Slaviša Jokanović said after the game you would really find that it wasn’t quite so one-sided. “My sensations are mixed a little bit,” Jokanović told the official Fulham site, “Because I thought we played the first 45 minutes well. We created the chances, the team was running well and we didn’t give them many opportunities to score goals.
Arsenal turn up the style to destroy Fulham by Konstantin Mitov
Hello, hello and good times to be an Arsenal fan people! It’s been a long time since I felt this happy about the football club. That said, we need to stay “calm” as Unai Emery said. Keep a level head, because it’s too easy to get carried away when results are coming your way and there still is work to be done.
‘We got our Arsenal back!!!’ chanted the travelling fans at full time at Craven Cottage. by Dan Smith
To put into perspective what they had just witnessed, their Arsenal players in October have now won the same amount of away fixtures they did in the whole of the last campaign.
Arsenal breezed to an easy 3-0 win against Qarabag FC tonight, with youngster Smith-Rowe getting his first senior goal.
We started the match brightly, and even broke the deadlock inside five minutes thanks to a somewhat lucky touch from Sokratis, who looked to get the opener with his groin from well inside the nine-yard box.
Arsenal worked hard to earn a win over Watford today at the Emirates, in a game which looked like it was going to get away from us.
We should have gone 1-0 up inside opening 15 minutes when Alexandre Lacazette chipped over the goalkeeper, only for the ball to bounce wide, and almost immediately after Petr Cech was forced into a big save.
Arsenal survive second half scare to beat Brentford by Konstantin Mitov
Them wins keep on coming people! Again though it wasn’t easy. We made it difficult for ourselves. What was plain obvious to me was the lack of quality in defense and midfield.