[Match Highlights] Fulham 1-5 Arsenal - All The Goals And Best Bits

Jo Caldwell
October 8, 2018

Ramsey made it 3-1 with a spectacular back-heeled goal and then substitute Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang netted twice in the closing stages as Arsenal won six consecutive league matches within a single campaign for the first time since 2016.

Aubameyang completed the rout with a long-range drive in stoppage time.

Arsenal, who have not enjoyed such a lengthy winning streak in 11 years, were sent on their way by two unerring finishes from Alexandre Lacazette - either side of an Andre Schurrle equaliser.

Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown believes Mesut Ozil's presence was not missed during the Gunners win over Fulham.

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Fulham's Cyrus Christie (left) and Arsenal's Danny Welbeck battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Craven Cottage, London.

Unai Emery's side came out guns blazing after the break, with Hector Bellerin coming close to putting them back in front in the third minute of the half. We can get better from this performance.

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.

He was a constant threat to the Fulham defence and took both of his goals with aplomb to set Arsenal on their way to a fine win. Waiting until the end of the season to have him for free is a gamble any club will not want to take.

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Emery stated: "Yesterday he came in with pain and he can not train yesterday or play today". Arsenal has now 18 points from 8 games while Chelsea still has the chance to reclaim the lost spot when they face Southampton.

Following the game, Keown appears to have criticised Ozil for missing the game and stated that Arsenal did not miss the ex-Germany worldwide.

"It is very hard but we must prepare, continue improving and show big commitment".

"I think we are in the first competition in the world, and we must keep taking confidence".

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"But I am just thinking about the next match against Leicester at the Emirates, in our home, with our supporters".

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