Mesut Ozil shines as Arsenal beat Bournemouth 5-1 in EPL

Arsenal fans FUME after Mesut Ozil and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang are dropped ‘Disgrace

Arsenal fans FUME after Mesut Ozil and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang are dropped ‘Disgrace

The pair both got on the scoresheet, with Lys Mousset pulling a goal back for Bournemouth only for Laurent Koscielny, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette to strike in the second half. Here at the Emirates we were speaking about the fact we have a lot of matches to show [the fans] a complete match with one good result with the three points but with some difference between them with the goals, like today.

Howe said: "We felt we were well in the game at half-time and had created some good chances despite not playing well, we were a goal threat but to concede at the beginning of the second half was hugely disappointing and made it hard from there on in".

While they have now won their last seven league matches in a row at The Emirates, their away performances have been patchy.

"We have a great opportunity on Saturday, they are at the moment better than us in the table".

Arsenal have Tottenham in their sights heading into the north London derby, but Carl Jenkinson insists overtaking their arch-rivals is not something the Gunners are thinking about just yet. We never truly recovered from the start, and it was uncharacteristic. This is what we want and I think every player is convinced to do that, and we can use different players in different matches, but the idea is that every player can play with this idea. We need to continue to play with this intensity.

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"I think the key moment was we had the chance for the 1-0 from Reddy and at other side received the first goal", he said.

'I don't know the reasons right now, we are going to have to review this game and see where the goals come from but, from our point of view, they felt very soft.

"He did it against Huddersfield and he kicked down on to it against Bournemouth", Wright said on Match of the Day.

"I'm very happy because the players worked a lot, and we decided to make some changes to bring in new players, to keep up the energy". That's the way we've got to look at things and it's the way the manager looks at things'.

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