Arsenal take the three point to make it back to back wins and move up to second. Arsenal controlled the first half and would have been disappointed to only take a one goal lead into half time. The first half goal was scored by Ӧzil but Sanchez laid it on a plate for him. Arsenal let West Ham into the game and would have equalised if it wasn’t for a Koscielny clearance.  Arsenal doubled their lead through Sanchez who then quickly added a third. Carroll pulled one back before a terrific goal by Oxlade-Chamberlain made it four.  Sanchez then got his hat trick with a wonderful fifth and took the match ball home.

Arsenal remain unbeaten since the opening day defeat and close the gap at the top to three points. Arsenal were not at their scintillating best but three points are all what matters.  Arsenal took an early lead through Sanchez after Bournemouth gifted them the lead however, Bournemouth levelled after Monreal conceded a penalty. Arsenal regained the lead through Walcott before Sanchez finished the game in injury time.

A late header from Giroud saw Arsenal steal a point after an abysmal display. After a tepid first half Mata gave United the lead before an Oxlade-Chamberlain cross found Giroud to head home. The display was poor from Arsenal throughout with the whole team not performing.

The first North London derby of the season ends in a draw to continue both teams unbeaten runs. Arsenal took the lead through a Wimmer own goal before Koscielny conceded a penalty to allow Kane to level the match. The game was fairly even throughout although, Arsenal were dominant in the last 25 minutes of each half.

Arsenal get the three points in a fairly comfortable away win. Arsenal went one nil up thanks to a wonderful header by Sanchez. Arsenal dominated the ball for large parts of the game but failed to score the second. Defoe converted a penalty to level the match after a foul by Cech. However, super sub Giroud came off the bench and scored with each of his first two touches before Sanchez rounded the scoring off.