What We Learned From Arsenal’s 2-0 Win Over West Brom



Arsenal returned to winning ways by beating West Brom 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium Monday night.

It was summer Alexandre Lacazette who got the two goals that handed the Gunners their third win of the season.

Here we examine what we learned from the win over the Baggies on Monday.

Arsenal stepping up the momentum

After suffering a 1-0 loss to Stoke City and getting a 4-0 bashing away to Liverpool, it was clear Arsenal’s season was heading towards a disastrous lane.

However, we have moved on from the ugly situation by picking 7 points out of possible 9 courtesy of wins over Bournemouth and West Brom sandwiched by an impressive draw against Chelsea.

The team is beginning to look like an Arsenal team with under performing players now stepping up.

We can only expect to see better performances as the season progresses.

Arsenal will always score against West Brom

Monday night’s win made it the 23rd consecutive game that Arsenal have scored against West Brom.

Even when teams couldn’t score against the Baggies who are known for their aerial strength, Arsenal have proven to be the team that will always break them.

An end to that doesn’t look in sight as no one has a better record against the Baggies.

Lacazette has found a new home

Alexandre Lacazette became the first player since Brian Marwood in September 1988 to score in his first three home games for Arsenal by scoring at the Emirates on Monday.

The Frenchman is living up to his billing as one of the strongest finishers in Europe and he really loves scoring at the Emirates.

His four goals in the premier league have come at the Emirates and if you predict he will score again in Arsenal’s next game at home.

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