Arsenal swept aside Bournemouth to continue their perfect start and rise to the top of the Premier League table.

Arsenal swept aside Bournemouth to continue their perfect start and rise to the top of the Premier League table

With a well-taken double in the first 10 minutes.captain Martin Odegaard gave the Gunners the lead.That mood was quickly dashed as Odegaard scored after Mark Travers of Bournemouth had stopped Gabriel Martinelli’s low shot after just five minutes. Soon after. Norwegian midfielder scored again as he grabbed theShortly after.the Norwegian midfielder scored again when he intercepted the ball off Jesus’ toes and finished expertly with his left foot past the hapless Cherries goalkeeper.The superb Saliba skillfully reached the top corner from the edge of the penalty area as Arsenal patiently waited to secure the victory.

Even if it’s still early in the season and there are still many tougher challenges to face.The Gunners have set the bar exceptionally high. As a result of victories against Crystal Palace and Leicester. Arteta had no problems selecting the same starting lineup for this match. This marks the first time since the 2003–04 season. When Arsenal last won the league.that Arsenal’s starting lineup for the first three games has not changed. Odegaard’s early opening was a reward for good build-up. Which included a fantastic run by Jesus to give Martinelli the opportunity. It was evident from kickoff that confidence is high.

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Odegaard doubled the advantage five minutes later. Highlighting his understated significance on this Arsenal team.Saliba. A young French center-back who has already garnered many accolades this year.concluded another excellent performance with a beautiful strike from Granit Xhaka’s cutback into the top corner.Then.A close VAR review that decided Jesus was slightly offside from Odegaard’s deft through ball prevented him from scoring a well-deserved goal.

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Jesus’ goal would have completed the perfect away day for the boisterous fans.But the Brazilian striker had one disallowed and was later denied by a superb Travers save. The Gunners have a chance to establish themselves at the top of the table thanks to a promising stretch of upcoming games. intended to unsettle Arsenal.Rather. It rendered them slow to the Gunners’ deft passing and helpless to escape when cornered in their own half. A temporary improvement resulted from adjustments made at the break.But Saliba’s strike quickly put an end to it.

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The Cherries need reinforcements.Scott Parker’s wishlist for new players includes both defenders and strikers. Jesus gave Marcos Senesi a rough time on his whole Bournemouth debut. When Dominic Solanke is fully fit, they will have more flexibility up front. But against this level of competition, the team lacks Premier League calibre. For Parker’s team,Things can get worse before they get better with a difficult trip to Anfield coming up.

Source: bbc

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