(Arsenal-Burnley 2-1) Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 30, won the match against the brave Burnley, but perhaps Danny Chebalos, 23, won the most Arsenal hearts.
The 23-year-old midfielder, who has been loaned from Real Madrid, had some of his body in most when Arsenal won 2-1 at Emirates. Not only did he score two goals for the Spaniard, but he was well executed in both cases.
He received a standing ovation when he was removed from the field after 83 minutes.
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Alexander Lacazette was the first to reach the net when he scored 1-0 after a corner from Arsenal's new favorite. We have to mention that Lacazette achieved the whole goal alone. With two Burnley defenders "hanging" on the back, the Frenchman turned and slammed a bullet between Nick Pope's legs. Just humiliating.
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Producer Ashley Barnes tried as the Emirates' party brake when he hit a blow to Dwight McNeill – and even scored the equalizer just before the break. Burnley's goal is to equalize with Jamie Wardie in the number of Premier League results (12) since the end of the year.
Only Sadio Manet (14 goals) and Sergio Aguero (13 goals) have more this calendar year, according to Opta.
A little experienced Arsenal got a big buy from Nicola Pepe on the pitch in the second half and he helped speed the home side. It was more than deserved when Chebalos was able to push the ball forward to Aubemeang, who did most of the work with a well-placed shot in the near corner. 2-1 at Arsenal, who could have scored more in the last half hour.
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