Arsenal beat Stoke 3-0 in Premier League

Arsenal beat Stoke 3-0 in Premier League

It was to prove a shallow oasis in a desert of barren first-half mediocrity however as Arsenal continued to waste possession. I like that because it can only make the team stronger.

The half ended with no goals to either side.

Having caused quite the stir when attempting to force his move from the Bundesliga club to Arsenal, many had fears over the player's attitude, anxious that the striker may prove to be a negative influence in the dressing room. Stoke were more free-flowing in attack but Calum Chambers and Shkodran Mustafi were always present to deal with their threat. Despite PEA being a confirmed super-striker, Wenger has now suggested that the Gabon hitman could be pushed out on the wing to accommodate Alexandre Lacazette in a central role.

Two-goal hero Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang wasn't anxious about the club after a starring role for the Gunners. Arsenal further tested Butland's goal after Bellerin squared the ball for Elneny, but his shot got blocked, but immediately after Monreal's shot was comfortably caught by Butland.

Stoke, who had been looking for their first victory at Arsenal since 1981 and their first double over the Gunners since 1975-76 season, are now without a win in their last eight games.

Aubameyang later redeemed himself, converting a penalty in the 75th minute after Mesut Ozil was fouled in the box by Bruno Martins Indi. Arsenal switched to another gear after the goal and Aubameyang stuck again after an Arsenal corner was deflected and the ball came to his feet.

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"Stoke played well. And secondly we didn't play well in the first half, at all".

"Arsenal are full of quality, we know what they're about, and we need to make it hard for them by making them run, keeping the ball as best as we can and of course score goals and try to keep a clean sheet".

Wenger inevitably had a different view to Lambert, the Arsenal boss saying: "From the outside it looked a penalty".

His goal, after-all, was Arsenal's second penalty of the game after strike-partner Aubameyang had given the Gunners the lead with 15 minutes remaining.

The Stoke City manager insisted that the visiting side did not deserve to lose and expressed complete confidence that they will avoid relegation despite being three points from safety after failing to win any of their past eight matches.