Arsenal did a good job defeating Bournemouth as they extended their unbeaten run in all competitions.
The Gunners kept their cool against Bournemouth away from home in a 4-0 win as they keep pushing to close the gap on Man City.
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Two first-half goals from Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard put the Gunners in a comfortable position in the game.
Arsenal sealed the game with two more goals in the second half with Kai Havertz scoring his first Premier League goal for Arsenal from the penalty spot and Ben White adding the fourth goal.
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As expected the Gunners started the game dominating the possession as they looked for the first goal of the game.
They finally got the goal in the 17th minute with their first serious attack as Skipper Martin Odegaard played the ball into the box and headed back off the woodwork by Gabriel Jesus, with Saka the first to pounce to the rebound.
Arsenal continued to dominate the game and put pressure on the Bournemouth defence and their pressure paid off in the 44th minute.
Eddie Nketiah was put through on goal after a one-two pass with Zinchenko but was brought down in the box by Max Aarons. The referee did not hesitate to point to the spot.
Bukayo Saka had picked the ball up first and looked set to take the penalty before handing it to Odegaard who made a stuttering run before sending Neto the wrong way as the referee blew the whistle for half time.
Both teams came out of the dressing room and the Gunner continued from where they left off in the first half.
Arsenal made it three to crown their dominance after Martin Odegaard was brought down in the box.
Kai Havertz who is yet to score since the start of the Premier League season was handed the ball by Bukayo Saka to take the penalty and he sent Neto the wrong way after striking it with real authority.
The Gunners then added the fourth of the game in injury time from a sublime header from Ben White with the goal bringing an end to the game.
Arteta’s men continued their unbeaten run in the Premier League and closed the gap on league leaders Man City