Lacazette, Ramsey star as rampant Arsenal make it nine in a row

Unai Emery has led Arsenal to eight victories in a row

Unai Emery has led Arsenal to eight victories in a row

Arsenal went into the game at Craven Cottage in confident mood after a run of five straight league victories and took the lead after 29 minutes when Lacazette started and finished a sweeping move.

Aaron Ramsey scored a contender for goal of the season within a minute of taking to the pitch after missing out on the trip to Azerbaijan in midweek.

Fulham's Andre Schurrle (centre) and Arsenal's Nacho Monreal (left) battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Craven Cottage, London.

We need to feel together with, the supporters and the players.

After the worldwide break, Arsenal resume their Premier League campaign at come against Leicester City on October 22, before a Champions League clash away at Sporting Lisbon and a London derby with Crystal Palace.

Fulham's back three looked exposed with every Arsenal attack and only fine work from Marcus Bettinelli stopped Alex Iwobi tapping home a second, but they snatched an equaliser a minute before half-time, Schurrle clipping a fine first-time finish over Leno after a good Luciano Vietto pass.

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This mentality is very important for us, to show each quality and together we can be happy like today.

In the second half, Lacazette gifted the Gunners the lead, slamming home from 25 yards to make it 2-1.

"It was an important goal for Aaron and an important goal for us", said manager Unai Emery with more than a touch of understatement.

Lucas Torreira (9/10): An absolute beast in the middle of the park, Lucas Torreira once again showcased his talents with yet another colossal display against the Cottagers. We are moving up the table little by little, giving us a better position for our objectives. His career is starting and we want to see his best performances and best levels. "We're playing without fear, we want to be consistent and keep it going".

We lost the first two games against Manchester City and Chelsea, we were calm.

Arsenal, perhaps after blowing off some Europa League cobwebs, began to enjoy more of the ball and only a ideal sliding challenge from Maxime Le Marchand prevented Lacazette tapping in Danny Welbeck's cross. I think we are in the first part of the war.

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