Arsenal boss Emery hails players for Fulham thrashing: Everyone important

Arsenal boss Emery hails players for Fulham thrashing: Everyone important

Arsenal boss Emery hails players for Fulham thrashing: Everyone important

Arsenal's nine victories have been amassed at the expense of West Ham, Cardiff, Newcastle, Everton, Watford and Fulham in the Premier League, while Brentford were beaten in the League Cup, along with wins over Vorskla Poltava and Qarabag in the Europa League.

Any hope of another Fulham comeback was quelled with 23 minutes left, as Ramsey, 39 seconds after coming on, flicked a backheel in off the post after a super counter-attack gave Aubameyang room to cross.

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

With Ramsey also providing a superb through ball to set up Aubameyang's second - and Arsenal's fifth - his contribution to the win was enormous, with all five of Arsenal's goals beautifully worked.

The Gabon worldwide, who has been involved in 21 goals since joining Arsenal in January this year, looks in devastating form after enduring a quiet start to the campaign; his score of 93/100 shows he is approaching something close his lethal best.

The Germany worldwide split the two Arsenal centre-backs and his deft lob from Vietto's slide-rule pass deservedly saw Fulham draw level just before the interval.

A brilliant one-touch passing move from the back took Arsenal to the other end of the field, where Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang cut back for Aaron Ramsey, who had only just come on for Iwobi. He only lasted 54 minutes.

The game would 5-1 to the Gunners, with their ninth win in a row pushing them ahead of Tottenham and into the top four.

"We lost the first two matches against Manchester City and Chelsea".

Substitute Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang got in on the action, grabbing two goals in a memorable 30-minute cameo.

However, they invited Fulham onto them early on and Bernd Leno, who was making his first Premier League start, was abruptly forced into action. They will play Leicester City after the worldwide break and will then make a trip to Portugal to play Sporting CP in the Europa League.

Fulham's next outing is on October 20, when they travel to struggling Cardiff City in a game that looks even more important after both sides' losses this weekend.

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