Arsenal thrash strugglers…
Arsenal netted five goals for the first time this season, moving above Tottenham Hotspur, and manager Arsene Wenger will be delighted with five of his stars getting on the scoresheet.
Mesut Ozil put in an outstanding performance, and Theo Walcott continued his rehabilitation with a fine finish to grab the Gunners’ third.
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GK – David Ospina – 7/10
Endured a very quiet 90 minutes of football, but remained on his toes with a couple of fine saves when called upon.
RB – Hector Bellerin – 6/10
The attacking defender netted Arsenal’s fifth to cap off an enjoyable afternoon.
CB – Per Mertesacker – 6/10
Largely untroubled but didnt give Benteke a sniff at goal.
CB – Laurent Koscielny – 6/10
Had very little to deal with and like Mertesacker didn’t allow Villa much opportunity to score.
LB – Nacho Monreal – 6/10
Struggled initially with Scott Sinclair’s introduction but dealt with the pressure well.