Aaron Ramsey's goal that marked "the return of Gunners"

Aaron Ramsey's goal that marked

Aaron Ramsey's goal that marked "the return of Gunners"

Unai Emery's side turned on the style on the banks of the River Thames, recording their biggest win of the season as the resurgent Gunners moved into the Premier League's top four.

Lacazette is flying under Emery this season and scored with his first two shots on target of the match at Craven Cottage.

Aaron Ramsey scored Arsenal's 3rd goal in their destruction of Fulham, and it was a thing of beauty!

Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang both struck twice, with Aaron Ramsey hitting a brilliant goal.

The hosts were more than a match for Emery's side in the first half, Arsenal kicking-off just 56 hours after landing back from their Europa League trip to Azerbaijan.

"Our performance over the 90 minutes was very important".

"Now we have to keep this mentality".

Ramsey then played in Aubameyang in stoppage time as he tucked away his second of the game to leave Fulham shellshocked and down in 17th spot with just a solitary league win.

It was Arsenal who nearly regained the lead less than three minutes into the second half but Bettinelli pulled off a great save to deny Bellerin from the edge of the box.

But the former Paris Saint-Germain boss has helped Arsenal quickly rediscover their verve and struggling Fulham had no answer to their enterprising display.

The Gunners produced some wonderful football for the thumping victory.

That unity between fans and players was badly missing as supporters staged protests against Wenger last season.

'When we have scored the first goal, it's the moment and we can play with more confidence on the pitch. They are helping us with their quality'. When we're winning now we need to be the same way in our mentality: calm, hard-working, enjoying working, failing together, sharing a feeling with our supporters. The players feel that.

'We are happy but also calm because we know each moment, each match, is hard.

Every worldwide break is important also for the national team, for the players who want to join up with their team and defend their team, and for us to continue working with more calm.

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