Liverpool Couldn't Happen Again - Arsenal Star Reveals Turning Point
Oct 02 2017
Arsenal, without a league title since 2004, extended its unbeaten run in all competitions to seven matches to move up to fifth in the standings.
The Gunners continued to press, with Iwobi shrugging off a challenge from Stephens to get a shot away straight at Ryan on 28 minutes, with a Lewis Dunk slip-up six minutes later giving Lacazette a chance that he should have done better with.
Solly March nearly hit back with Albion's first real chance of the half, with a free-kick routine resulting in a free shot that hit the post.
In between, Arsenal had looked unsafe on the counter and the match became less even.
Like his counterpart in the Arsenal dugout, Chris Hughton has several roster issues on his hands as well ahead of the trip to the Emirates. I have always been at Arsenal, I love this club.
It was also good to hear the honorary president of the Gay Gooners share with the world the revelation he has an Arsenal carpet.
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Wilshere is just one of a number of stars who have been allowed to enter the final year of their contract at the Emirates, with Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil the most high profile names at the club who could leave for nothing next summer.
"Yeah, I felt good [vs Bate] and I have said it for a while", Wilshere added.
Sanchez then cut inside moments later, only being denied by the fingertips of Ryan.
Arsenal now head into the worldwide break, boosted by a win, and are not next in action until 14th October, when a trip to Vicarage Road to face Watford is on the agenda for Wenger's side. Lacazette, Alexis Sanchez, Bellerin and Sead Kolasinac were all involved before Albion goalkeeper Mathew Ryan saved with his boot from Aaron Ramsey.
It was just a question of how many Arsenal wanted to score.
Elneny subbed on for Granit Xhaka with ten minutes left to play in the game.
Wenger's men can do no more than beat what is put in front of them.
Since being humbled by Liverpool, Arsenal have won six out of seven games and conceded just three goals in the process as they look to get their season back on track following a rocky start.