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Arsenal Finally Get a Breather in EFL Cup Win

After suffering from a shaky start to League football, Arsenal football club finally seem to have found their bearings once again as they thrashed West-Brom in a 6-0 scoreline in the third round of the Carabao Cup.
With pressure already building on manager, Mikel Arteta already after two defeats at the start of the new Premier League campaign, one at the hands of the newly-promoted side Brentford, that ended in a 2-0 defeat and a second against a Chelsea side that ended in the same scoreline in favour of the blues.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a hat-trick while Nicolas Pepe, Bukayo Saka, and Alexandra Lacazette also struck for the Gunners. The tie was wrapped up as Arsenal scored two in quick succession on the stroke of half-time.
First, Aubameyang doubled his tally for the night as he tapped home after Pepe hit the post following a fine Mohamed Elneny pass.
Then he turned provider, seeing his own shot saved before his acrobatic shot fell to Pepe who slid in to finish.
Saka got his name on the scoresheet soon after the restart, finishing with aplomb following a fine flick from Odegaard.
Lacazette opened his account for the season just four minutes into his first appearance, tucking home at the front post as Pepe claimed another assist.
That was the end of the rout as Arteta enjoyed a fine evening all round ahead of Saturday’s trip to reigning Premier League champions and Carabao Cup holders Manchester City.

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