Arsenal cruised to a 5-0 victory against winless Sheffield United at the Emirates Stadium thanks to a remarkable goalscoring display by Eddie Nketiah.
How it happened
The Gunners started the game on the front foot and broke the deadlock in the 29th minute with the game’s first shot on target.
A fine ball into the box from Declan Rice found Eddie Nketiah, who produced a delicate touch and finish.
The Gunners weren’t able to double their lead before the break but remained firmly in control, especially when considering Sheffield United’s poor form.
Nketiah added a second after the break, pouncing on a loose ball after Wes Foderingham had failed to properly deal with a corner delivery.
Deputising for the injured Gabriel Jesus, Nketiah saved his best for ast, smashing a long-range effort into the top corner for his first PL hat-trick and effectively ending the game as a contest with over half an hour remaining.
Fábio Vieira adding another from the spot before substitute Takehiro Tomiyasu netted his first Arsenal goal on his 50th PL appearance.