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Our Scotland international defender discusses his brilliant strike and another fine victory on the road as we beat West Brom.
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Nobbs, Foord, Beattie and Mead are all on target as we sign off in style. Nobbs, Foord, Beattie and Mead on target as we sign off with a win.
We've seen some unbelievable strikes over the past 12 months David Luiz 9' Goal. ARS Goal 9 Mins David Luiz Ast. Yellow Card 13 Mins Philip Billing.
Yellow Card 29 Mins Jack Stacey. Substitution 63 Mins Gabriel Martinelli Substitution On. Substitution 63 Mins 9.
Dominic Solanke Substitution Off. Ryan Fraser Substitution On. Yellow Card 72 Mins Gabriel Martinelli. Substitution 75 Mins 8. Dani Ceballos Substitution Off.
Foul by Jordon Ibe Bournemouth. Jordon Ibe tries a through ball, but Benik Afobe is caught offside. Gabriel Arsenal wins a free kick in the defensive half.
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SUN 27 Nov Premier League. Arsenal Arsenal 3 Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth 1. Theo Walcott heads in for Arsenal against Bournemouth Arsenal ended a run of three successive draws as Alexis Sanchez scored twice and Theo Walcott once to secure victory over Bournemouth.
Line-ups Match Stats Live Text. Line-ups Arsenal Formation 33 Cech. Bournemouth Formation 23 Federici. Referee: Mike Jones. Attendance: 59, Match Stats Home Team Arsenal Away Team Bournemouth.
Live Text. Mesut Ozil, recalled to the side, fired the Gunners ahead before he set up Henrikh Mkhitaryan to sweep in. A defensive mistake allowed Bournemouth to pull a goal back through Lys Mousset's simple finish, but any hopes the visitors had of ending a miserable run of eight successive league defeats on the road quickly ended after the break.
Skipper Laurent Koscielny blasted in off the post following a set-piece, then Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang added another when he was given the space to race clear and calmly slot in.
Substitute Alexandre Lacazette sealed victory with a sublime free-kick as Arsenal warmed up for Saturday's north London derby in style. Spurs' defeat at Chelsea leaves Arsenal now four points behind their arch-rivals, with a buoyant Emirates Stadium warning "Tottenham Hotspur, we're coming for you!
Bournemouth's visit was seen as a must-win by Gunners fans with, what would should be, trickier tests to come against Spurs and Manchester United in their next two Premier League games.
These matches - plus the two-legged Europa League last tie against Rennes - look set to define manager Unai Emery's first season at the helm.
A healthy points haul against Spurs and United would consolidate the Gunners' place in the top four as they head into the final stretch. But failure to beat either would leave the race for the Champions League - which Arsenal have missed out on for the past two campaigns - wide open.
Ozil, 30, has become somewhat of a peripheral figure at the Emirates under Unai Emery this season, making just 14 league starts and often left out of the side because of concerns from the Spaniard about his form or fitness.
The German was restored to the starting line-up against Bate Borisov in the Europa League last week and made a decent impression when he came on as a substitute against Southampton on Sunday.
That led to Emery giving another opportunity to the club's star name, and highest-paid player, against Bournemouth - and Ozil repaid him with a classy performance in what was only his second start of the year in the Premier League.
The former Real Madrid midfielder lined up in a central attacking midfield role, alongside Mkhitaryan and behind Aubameyang, linking up to both players with good effect.
Arsenal made the perfect start when Ozil opened the scoring after four minutes with a lofted left-foot finish which Bournemouth keeper Artur Boruc could not prevent looping in.
And then he showed outstanding awareness to unselfishly square for the in-form Mkhitaryan, who pounced on a sloppy cross-field pass from Bournemouth full-back Adam Smith before playing a one-two with Ozil, to slot in.
Ozil continued to make Arsenal tick throughout and was unlucky not to add another goal himself - when Arsenal led - with a low side-footed effort which cannoned back off the post.
Ozil's goal was his first since netting in a sublime individual performance against Leicester back in October, before he teed up Mkhitaryan for a first assist in nine league matches.
Whether that was enough to maintain his place against Spurs remains to be seen, but he certainly could not have done more to impress Emery - albeit against a poor Bournemouth side.
Bournemouth have an abysmal record on the road in recent months, having not won an away league game since thumping Fulham at Craven Cottage on 27 October.
The Cherries have lost all nine matches since, with this thumping meaning they have conceded 21 goals in their past six trips alone.
Manager Eddie Howe has been playing down the rotten run, insisting the problem is Bournemouth's general inconsistency rather than a specific mental block when it comes to travelling away.
At Arsenal, they were undone by quick goals at the start of each half. If sloppy defending to go down after less than half an hour was bad enough, it got worse when they switched off again after finding a foothold in the game.
Within 90 seconds of the second half restarting, the Cherries defence stood static as Koscielny reacted quickest to convert Mkhitaryan's low cross with the aid of a deflection.
From that point there was no going back - despite Dan Gosling hitting a speculative effort against the crossbar at - as they lost nine consecutive away games for the first time since the season.
Despite sliding to 12th position, they remain nine points above the relegation zone with 10 matches remaining - although Howe is refusing to be complacent about their survival.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery:. Still fragile at the back, and Lacca looks rusty, but I think Arteta should view that as a good first game in charge.
Will Arsenal end up in the top half this season? Up vote for Y down vote for N? What a terrible season arsenal are having. I agree Arsenal have a fair few of these.
Ultimately, football goes in cycles. I feel like Arteta will now start an upward trajectory. Time will tell. A decent start for Arteta. A point away from home in difficult conditions.
The team showed much more urgency and a desire to play forwards. A lack of quality in the final third cost Arsenal the three points.
Good first half from Ozil. All of that said, the relentless negativity about Arsenal on the live commentary on this site demonstrates massive bias.
BBC praying for Arteta to fail. Ozil was best player on the pitch in the first half. Arsenal have definitely improved already!
Could have won with better finishing. As Ty might say - the rain didn't help either They bring nothing positive to the club whatsoever and much like Piers Morgan, are nothing more than an embarrassment for most Arsenal fans.
The issue I have with the BBC is that I am legally obliged to help fund them. They are supposed to be impartial but are simply a click bait, tabloid style sports site.
Arsenal might be behind spurs in the table still a much bigger club with a history spurs fans can only dream of.
Point Percy at the Porcelain. Waiting for the 'Arteta Out' article by McNulty!! Log in. Cancel Delete comment.
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