Three lessons for Arsenal to take from matchday 6 win over Everton

Three lessons for Arsenal to take from matchday 6 win over Everton

Three lessons for Arsenal to take from matchday 6 win over Everton

Unlike his predecessor Arsene Wenger, often content to stick with the tried and tested even amid a poor run, the ex-Paris Saint-Germain boss believes the more players in form - and in the frame to start - the better.

"The coach always makes the starting XI because of the performance".

Everton have just one league win to their name under the Portuguese - who was left bemoaning the decision not to rule out Aubameyang's effort following a strong display from the Toffees.

Cech has been challenged by Emery to use his feet more so the team can play the ball out from the back. "I'm sure that in the coming seasons Arsenal will be making that step up in quality which will hopefully enable them to be on a level playing field and able to fight for the title and other big trophies".

"What is clear to me is that it is very competitive for any team to get into the top four".

"We work a lot in training, so I know what I'm trying to do when I get the ball in that area".

Heading into this game, many Arsenal fans were feeling confident.

Walcott, 29, spent 12 years with Arsenal having joined from Southampton as a teenager back in 2006, but he failed to really live up to his true potential during his time at the Emirates Stadium.

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Cech made five stops in the first half that ranked from decent to excellent and, more than anybody, it was the 36-year-old that created the platform for victory.

Three minutes later, the lead was doubled as Mesut Ozil pounced an error from Kurt Zouma and picked Ramsey, who in turn teed up Aubameyang for the simple tap-in.

There is still plenty of room for improvement in Unai Emery's Arsenal side but with Aubameyang and Lacazette, they have a killer instinct.

If that was tough on Everton, there was worse to come for Marco Silva's side three minutes later as Arsenal scored a dubious second to seal the points. The assistant referee's flag stayed down as Aubameyang curled home from close range.

Alex Iwobi has hailed Arsenal's "great" start to their 2018-19 Uefa Europa League campaign after defeating Vorskla 4-2 in an Emirates atmosphere described by the midfielder as a "party".

Arsenal closed the game out without conceding — for the first clean sheet under Emery — despite center back Sokratis hobbling off with a knee injury in the first half.

Emery praised summer signing Lucas Torreira for keeping his discipline after an early booking in what was his first Premier League start.

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