Another excellent win for Arsenal which sees them move back up to second. After an even first half three goals in 12 minutes saw Arsenal run out deserved winners. Sanchez scored the first before Giroud scored after coming on from the bench. Ramsey then scored the third to seal the win.

A terrific display by Arsenal moved them up to second in the league. The team was brilliant from the outset and so were the fans. Arsenal took the lead in the 6th minute through Sanchez before doubling it a minute later through Ӧzil. It then got even better in the 19th minute when Sanchez made it three.

Arsenal end the week in style after an outstanding display at an inform Leicester. The score line may be emphatic but this was a much closer affair than that suggests. A hat trick for Alexis Sanchez was the major headline but Walcott and Giroud also chipped in. Arsenal went 1-0 down when Vardy scored early on but an excellent pass form Cazorla was finished by Walcott who was outstanding all afternoon. Sanchez then scored a tap in, a header and a long range effort. Vardy then scored again before Giroud scored a clinical finish.

Arsenal lose to Chelsea once again at Stamford Bridge but it wasn’t without controversy. Referee Mike Dean will receive a lot of abuse over the next few days and it will be fully justified. Arsenal were defending well until Dean got crucial decisions wrong. Gabriel was sent off in the incident before Zouma and a Chambers own goal saw Arsenal lose again at Chelsea. If Costa had been sent off it may have been a different game.

Cech – 7 – It wasn’t the result Cech wanted on his return but he did play well making a couple of key saves. Cech was not to blame in either of the goals.

Bellerin – 6 – A decent performance by Bellerin who defended well in large parts of the game. He didn’t really get forward which was at large due to being down to 10 men.

Arsenal moved into the top four after victory against Stoke. Arsenal ran out comfortable winners in the end after scoring their first goals at home in the new season. The score line did not reflect Arsenal dominance and for long periods looked like Arsenal would not score that all important second goal. Arsenal’s goal scorers were Walcott and Giroud.

Cech – 7 – A third consecutive clean sheet for the goalkeeper Cech. Although, he didn’t have a lot to do he dealt with everything comfortably.