Revival time, Arsenal thrashes Tottenham. Emile Smith Rowe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka score for the Gunners.
Arsenal thrashes Tottenham by 3-1 triumph over arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur. The pair of north London clubs advanced to move in opposite trends in the Premier League on Sunday. Arsenal thrashes Tottenham.
Emile Rowe goal:
Fantastic Goals by Emile Smith Rowe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka struck a sumptuous first-half performance by Arsenal. They were sharper and more voracious than a lethargic Tottenham side.
Smith Rowe cleared in Arsenal’s opener in the 12th minute and then fixed up Aubameyang in the 27th minute. Saka did it 3-0 in the 34th minute the hosts were rolling riot.
After the break, a few more fights about Tottenham and Son Heung-min drew a goal back with a little over 10 minutes remaining. However, it was too late for the visitors whose early-season optimism had vanished.
Arsenal has now won three in a line after missing their opportunity in three Premier League games without getting a goal. They are now above Tottenham, who, after overwhelming their opening three, to top the table. They lost three London derbies in succession, conceding nine goals in the process.
Bottom to 10th place is Arsenal:
Arsenal moved up to 10th from the bottom by winning three games. They are now ahead of Tottenham on goals scored.
Raul Jimenez comeback after injury:
Earlier, Raul Jimenez got an enthusiastic first goal since his horrific head damage in November as Wolves secured a 1-0 win over Southampton on Sunday.
Jimenez worried he would never play again after sustaining a fractured head in a clash with David Luiz at Arsenal last year. As a result, the Mexico turnout only returned to action in the spring of this season and had gone externally a goal in his first five games.
Jimenez had shown signs of failure with the supportive headband he now uses to protect himself. So he furiously remove it after missing a directed chance against Brentford last weekend.
But the 30-year-old liked a cleansing moment as his excellent second-half strike fired Bruno Lage’s men to their second Premier League win this season.