Arsenal on Friday night managed to cruise past the stubborn Aston Villa as they managed to score three goals. Goals from Thomas Partey, Aubameyang and Emile Smith Rowe assured the Gunners of the three points as they beat Aston Villa at the Emirates stadium. The Gunners sought to be the stronger side as they possessed the ball in both halfs with Villa unable to cope up with the pace.
Following the incredible win at the Emirates stadium, Arsenal move to number nine in the Premier League table. Arsenal level points with Manchester United, Everton and WestHam as the three clubs stand at fourteen points each. Meanwhile Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City retain their positions in the Premier League table.
Arsenal now have gone unbeaten in the last seven games across all competitions with five of the games being in the Premier League. The Gunners under their coach Mikel Arteta are optimistic of continuing with the incredible form as they look set to find a place in the top four slots in the Premier League. Meanwhile Aston Villa dropped points as they retained their position at number thirteen in the Premier League table.
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