'Good chemistry' rubbing off ‘confident’ Arsenal - Alex Iwobi on winning spree

Arsenal thrashed Fulham 5-1 in their last league game

Arsenal thrashed Fulham 5-1 in their last Premier League game to continue their winning sequence

Mesut Ozil hit a brilliant strike off of the far post to help Arsenal beat Leicester City on Monday at Emirates Stadium in London.

While the likes of Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette and Mesut Ozil have been rightly receiving the plaudits for their attacking efforts, summer signing Lucas Torreira has also played his part.

Unai Emery has urged his Arsenal stars to keep calm and carry on after their tenth win on the spin against Leicester City.

Unai Emery wants to see his Arsenal side continue to be entertainers as they look to move a step closer to the Europa League knockout stages with victory at Sporting Lisbon.

German ace Ozil was pivotal to Arsenal's fightback, providing the assist for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's first goal two minutes after coming on in the second half.

"Each match and training Mesut Ozil's commitment is very good".

Arsenal won the match 3-1 and they are now occupying fourth position on the Premier League standings with 21 points after nine games.

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"I am angry about this decision because the good work from my players was not helped", he said.

It's very important to win today because Leicester are behind us but near and today I think we created a big distance.

Speaking about his form, Iwobi said: "Yeah, it's going well, I'm very confident now". We need to control the matches more than we are doing now.

Leicester´s spot-kick claim came when Holding raised his arm above his head and clearly handled as he jumped to meet Jamie Vardy´s flick on, yet referee Christopher Kavanagh waved play on. However, it was Leicester City who got the breakthrough in the 31st minute of the game.

Aubameyang - who netted two goals on the night - caught Ozil viewing his own goal and done what any good teammate would do, film it and upload the video to social media.

But Emery still singled out Lichtsteiner for praise because of his attitude on the pitch. First Ozil's threaded ball resulted in the second before he delved into his box of tricks for the third - a goal reminiscent of those scored under Emery's predecessor. N'didi then thread it through to Chilwell, whose first touch took him away from Bellerin before his attempted cross was diverted into the Arsenal goal by the defender.

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