Arsenal secured a much needed 3-0 win against Southampton and CBS Sports’ correspondent James Benge believes it is a sign of something good coming.
The Gunners had lost two consecutive matches against Manchester United and Everton, and fans had been hopeful they would return to winning ways against the Saints.
They did that even though Mikel Arteta opted not to use Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for disciplinary reasons.
In his absence, the likes of Gabriel Martinelli and Alexandre Lacazette proved their worth.
The win takes the Gunners closer to the top four spots again, a position fans want the team to be in at the end of this season, and Benge says it seems good things are coming.
Just Arsenal Opinion
This win is hugely important for the club, and several players proved their worth in the fixture.
Arteta will be pleased by how his team performed. They need to get some consistency now.
Our next game is against West Ham next week and that match would go a long way in determining how prepared we are for a top-four spot.
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