Published: Mon, October 08, 2018
Sport | By Matt Richards

Aubameyang makes Premier League history, lauds Arsenal mentality after win

Aubameyang makes Premier League history, lauds Arsenal mentality after win

- Arsenal have a 51.5% win rate in Premier League London derbies (124/241) - the best in the division.

Arsenal made it 9 consecutive wins after a 5-1 victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage.

"I am just thinking about the next match at the Emirates, with our supporters". When we scored the first goal it was the moment we could play with more confidence in the pitch.

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It also extended a remarkable run of form for Auba, who now has 16 goals and five assists for the Gunners since 2018 - more than any other player at the club.

Unai Emery's side turned on the style on the banks of the River Thames, recording their biggest win of the season as the resurgent Gunners moved into the Premier League's top four. Alexandre Lacazette started the rout with a superbly taken brace while his striking partner Emerick Pierre Aubameyang completed his own brace with an assist to his name to round things up. I think we are in the first competition in the war.

"Here, he is doing very well".

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"We lost the first two matches against Manchester City and Chelsea". "We are going up in the table little by little giving us a better position for our objective".

Although Emery has said he would like to keep Ramsey, who is Arsenal's longest serving player after joining in 2008, Arsenal are keen to keep their wage bill under control and look willing to allow the Welshman to leave on a free transfer, just as Jack Wilshere did during the close season.

"When we are winning now I think we need to be in the same way in our mentality".

Arsenal, perhaps after blowing off some Europa League cobwebs, began to enjoy more of the ball and only a flawless sliding challenge from Maxime Le Marchand prevented Lacazette tapping in Danny Welbeck's cross. I want to give them and to show them we are improving with our quality, with our mentality and above all with commitment, we had here.

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