Arsenal vs. Vorskla - Football Match Report

Arsenal vs. Vorskla - Football Match Report

Arsenal vs. Vorskla - Football Match Report

Arsenal look far more risky with the Frenchman through the middle and Aubameyang coming in from the left to join him.

Their most gifted individuals - Mesut Ozil and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - remain under-utilised, while the team seems unable to exercise control, rendering games a chaotic lottery. For the most part, he couldn't be blamed for his lack of active contribution, though, with the new managed Unai Emery then figuring his best formation and lineup out. "For him, he's also doing very well and benefiting from working every day with a goalkeeper like Petr Cech". The win didn't only confirm Arsenal could finally get results away from home, for it proved he could thrive in the right system. "The Bundesliga is good but the Premier League is better, so I will look forward to playing any time in the Premier League".

Everton are also one of Arsenal's favourite visitors, as the Gunners have beaten the Merseysiders on their last five visitors to the Emirates in the Premier League.

Emery said: "As we prepare for Sunday - and matchday - I have doubts about who to choose for the first eleven". Not long after the opener, he scored his second and Arsenal's third when he coolly converted from outside the penalty box.

The former Dortmund striker was rightly given a standing ovation as Emery introduced Alex Iwobi with 21 minutes remaining.

While it's true his goals were excellent, it's unlikely the English club would leave him as undisturbed as he was before shooting.

"We have fun together", he said. "Everyone knows Theo Walcott needs a lot of chances to find the back of the net and it's a question of whether he suits the style at Everton, which he and his team-mates are still adapting to under Marco Silva".

Emery's team are still a work in progress but have shown excellent promise during their four consecutive victories including their 2-1 victory at St James' Park against Newcastle United in the previous league match.

The Gunners have failed to qualify for Europe's top club competition in the previous two seasons, finishing a distant sixth in the Premier League in Arsene Wenger's final year in charge. His rediscovering his goal-scoring boots is imperative to Arsenal's performance this season.

He is unlikely to change it now, with fixtures against Watford, Fulham, Leicester and Crystal Palace up next in the league, but will want to get it right by the following match, the visit of Liverpool on 3 November. Play now!

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