5 things we learned from Arsenal 5-1 Everton

Tricia Pearson
February 5, 2018

Having gone for power on that occasion, the Gabon striker delighted with sumptuous finesse to chip home his maiden Premier League goal - his link-up with Mkhitaryan proving fruitful once more.

Wenger praised midfielder Ramsey's ability to take up unsafe positions in the penalty area, adding: "He always has between 10 and 15 goals, at least, in his locker". He looked more composed and calmer in his finishing and that's great. He doesn't rush it, and that's maybe the secret to being efficient.

"It is football, and whatever formation you play, or whichever personnel are in the team, you have to do your best", he added.

"Because they have similar qualities to what our game is about". Overall, it was a convincing performance. That quality of striker, on today's market, it's a very good price. I met Mkhitaryan before he came here, because I always liked his game.

The hosts got started after six minutes with the Welsh midfielder getting the first of his three goals.

Any prospect of an improbable revival was killed off by Ramsey who finished off another easily crafted Arsenal move by sweeping home his third with 15 minutes to go.

A rampant Gunners then made it 3-0 on 19 minutes, with Ramsey scoring again, this time courtesy of a deflected effort.

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January was not only about new recruits but those cut free, such as Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott, who endured a miserable return to the Emirates on Saturday evening. The former Gunners winger looked certain to score until Mustafi intervened with a brilliant block. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang received a fizzed pass on the edge of the box and with his back to goal.

Thankfully for Aubameyang, he wouldn't have to wait much longer to get his goal.

The influence of new chief scout Sven Mislintat was clear in the drive to sign Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan and new head of football relations Raul Sanllehi is in position this month from Barcelona.

Everton would eventually get one back, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin heading in from a Cuco Martina centre.

Despite the comfortable victory, the largely dominant Arsenal side lost goalkeeper Petr Cech to a calf injury after a collision with Oumar Niasse who hit the post in the second half.

The Gunners answered back nearly instantly when Ramsey, who was set to be replaced, again slotted home and low from a perfectly weighted ball from Mkhitaryan and completed his hat-trick.

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