Arsenal put in a thrilling first half performance to completely sweep away their rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the North London derby played at the Emirates stadium.
The gunners were keen to continue their recent great form in the Premier League despite a slow start earlier as Mikel Arteta looks to have put that behind him.
Amid few protests to have him leave office, Arteta today showed fans why they should trust in the process and let him build the strong team he intends to.
Spurs being one of the top six sides met a different animal today and could just not know how to deal with the free flowing football from the gunners.
Theiry Henry was in the stands alongside Spotify founder Daniel EK to witness the action and after Saka scored the third, the legend reacted by standing up from his seat and clapping as a sign of being impressed.
Henry was seen chatting with Daniel as he continuously clapped for Saka who scored and made an assist in that entertaining 45 minutes.
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