Published: Mon, October 08, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Arsenal thrash Fulham for ninth straight win

Arsenal thrash Fulham for ninth straight win

In the 29th minute, Alexandre Lacazette gave a 1-0 lead to the visitors after a composed finished at the near post. "We have a better position in the table for our objections, but we have to be calm".

Defeats against Manchester City and Chelsea at the start of the season suggest Arsenal's clashes with Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester United in November and December will prove better evidence of whether the revival is sustainable.

Lacazette is flying under Emery this season and scored with his first two shots on target of the match at Craven Cottage.

Ramsey was introduced in the 67th minute - and the Welshman added a third just seconds later as Arsenal moved from left to right with one-touch passing and neat headers.

Aside from his goalscoring, the forward's all-round play was a real highlight for the Gunners, who are reaping the rewards of the striker's increasing confidence.

Newly promoted Fulham fancied their chances against Emery's men but a first-half brace from Alexandre Lacazette dampened their spirits.

The breakdown of Aaron Ramsey's contract talks is another thorny issue that Emery has so far navigated successfully, as the Wales midfielder showed his class with a committed display and superb goal at Fulham. He only lasted 54 minutes.

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Twitter reacted to Arsenal's victory and here are some of the best tweet.

"Because we need to continue to improve and we can".

After the global break, Arsenal resume their Premier League campaign at come against Leicester City on October 22, before a Champions League clash away at Sporting Lisbon and a London derby with Crystal Palace.

Finally he met Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's low cross with a delicate flick with the inside of his boot to beat Marcus Bettinelli in the Fulham goal and conjure memories of the sort of goals Dutch great Johan Cruyff used to score.

Arsenal now have a 15-day rest before they resume league duties at home to Leicester City on October 22, three days before they head to Sporting CP in the Europa League.

The Gunners have now racked up nine wins in a row and have moved into the top-four.

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