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Arsenal manager Unai Emery said Aaron Ramsey is a “very important player” for the club after his goal of the season contender helped the Gunners thrash Fulham 5-1, reports BBC.
Alexandre Lacazette scored two impressive goals before substitute Ramsey added a third and
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
netted twice.
Frenchman Lacazette claimed the opening goal of the London derby at Craven Cottage when he spun on Nacho Monreal’s cutback before drilling the ball past England’s latest goalkeeping addition Marcus Bettinelli.
But Fulham drew level before the break as Luciano Vietto pounced on a loose pass by Monreal to thread the ball through to Andre Schurrle, who chipped over Gunners keeper Bernd Leno.
Arsenal regained the lead through Lacazette, after his opportune
strike from long range seemed to catch the Fulham keeper by
surprise, as it nestled in the bottom corner.
Ramsey was introduced in the 67th minute – and the Welshman added a third just 39 seconds later as Arsenal moved from left to right with one-touch passing and neat headers, before Aubameyang cut the ball back for Ramsey to flick past Bettinelli.
Aubameyang added a fourth when he swivelled on a low cross from Bellerin to side-foot the ball into the far corner, before the Gabon striker rounded off the scoring after a neat low finish to cap a thoroughly entertaining victory in the derby.
A sixth consecutive Premier League victory for Arsenal moved Unai Emery’s men in to fourth in the table, after Chelsea won at Southampton and Manchester City claimed a point at Anfield.
The first half was an even affair but the Gunners showed a clinical edge in the second period to blow their opposition away.
Lacazette and Aubameyang appear to have a great relationship on and off the pitch, and they both scored from the two shots they had on goal on Sunday.
Ramsey and Aubameyang became the first two substitutes to register a goal and an assist in the same game in Premier League history.
Man of the match is Alexandre Lacazette from Arsenal.
Arsenal return to Premier League action after the international break at home to Leicester on Monday, 22 October (20:00 BST), while Fulham travel to Cardiff on Saturday, 20 October (15:00).