Arsenal needed to bounce back from their last weekend disappointment when they got a thumping of three goals to nil at the Emirates stadium by Liverpool and they responded in style with the same goal margin against Sheffield united.
The gunners have endured difficult moments this season having also been pegged to a Slavia Prague equalizer on Thursday in the europa league competition which makes their second leg tie a mountain to climb.
Against the blades on Sunday,the gunners subjected their opponents to the sword courtesy of goals from Gabriel Martinelli and a brace from Alexander Lacazette with the first goal a pick of the bunch.
The fan base were however quick to take note of the role their summer signing Thomas Partey played in setting up the third goal as he received the ball from his defence and made a body feint that beat two pressing players before playing a neat through pass that cut open the Sheffield defence much to the delight of the supporters.
"That's why we paid the money,the beast has arrived,that pass from Thomas just sums up the kind of player he is."praised one fan.
"Thomas oozes with class,how he beats the press and plays that pass is pure magic."a second fan agreed.
" That is what we call making your presence felt,Thomas needs a better partner beside him and we will be in for a treat."a third supporter noted.
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