Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal side produced another master class beating Marco Silva Fulham side 0-3 at Craven Cottage.
Following their 2-2 away draw in Portugal with Sporting Lisbon, the Gunners tightened their seat belts to enforce a superb victory in the Premier League.
As we evaluate the key lessons from Arsenal’s successful outing in the match.
Arsenal Gets Title Ascendancy
The Gunners were superb as three first-half goals ensured they claimed the vital three points as far as the match is concerned.
The home side may have had their fair chances in the Craven Cottage affair.
But it was Arsenal that made the most of their chances as goals from Gabriel Magalhaes, Gabriel Martinelli and Martin Odegaard secured the win for Arsenal.
Arsenal does double over Fulham
Arsenal has beaten Fulham twice this season after the first meeting ended 2-1 in favour of Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
And at Craven Cottage on Sunday, they made it look even easier with the fresh intent to win the title roughly on display.
Goals by Willian Saliba and Martin Odegaard secured the win for Arsenal in the first meeting at home.
After the former (Saliba) gifted Fulham’s and Serbia’s striker Alexander Mitrovic the chance to score an early goal after the break thanks to a costly defensive error in the Arsenal danger area.
Martin Odegaard is key for Arsenal
Martin Odegaard scored twice (one home and one today) against Marco Silva’s Fulham side as they claimed a home and away win despite the difficult challenges Fulham gave Arsenal in the game.
Norway international have proved his importance to the North London side repeatedly this season.
While he’s getting the nod ahead of England’s Emile-Smith Rowe in the Arsenal team though the English youngster has had his own fair share of injury problems as the case may be.
This article was updated 1 month ago