The Gunners stars on top and those that need to improve.
A 1-2 victory over Swansea City on Saturday was Arsenal’s fifth in a row in the Premier League and lifted the north London club to top of the league.
It was a good win for the Gunners and here are the best and worst performers from that clash.
The young German has been brought into the side as a like-for-like replacement for the injured Theo Walcott and after three appearances the teenager has found form.
Gnabry’s mid-week outing in the League Cup exposed the 18-year-old’s weaknesses, but against Swansea the winger was sharp and deserved the youngster’s goal.
Another superb game for Ramsey who has come into some brilliant form in 2013/14 and scored the side’s other goal of the game.
It’s now eight in nine for the Welshman and manager Arsene Wenger will be hoping the midfielder’s form stretches throughout the season.
Perhaps not an eye-catching display from the full-back, but Sagna was solid and looked good on the right side of defence.
Carl Jenkinson is going to struggle to get a game with the Frenchman in good form.
Came on and looked a bit overwhelmed in midfield, as well as seeming to be one step behind the game as the Spaniard gave away too many free-kicks.
Arteta has only just returned from injury so could need some time to get back into the swing of things.
Not an awful display from the German but Mertesacker’s lack of pace and manoeuvrability was again exposed by the Swans’ goal.
Anyone with lots of pace often catches the centre-back off guard.
It was not the Englishman’s best performance as Wilshere found it difficult to maintain the discipline to play on the left flank and let the hosts in too many times.
However, the midfielder’s committed tackle did lead to Ramsey’s goal.
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