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Arsenal racked up their ninth win on the bounce after a 5-1 victory over Fulham.
The Gunners had a relatively stress-free afternoon at Craven Cottage. Their quality really shone through.
Arsenal’s third goal was the pick of the bunch, with contract-rebel Aaron Ramsey providing the finish touch.
The move is surely a contender for goal of the season.
It was a textbook Arsenal move that was reminiscent of the sort of football we saw during the glory days under Arsene Wenger.
Ramsey went onto cap what was a brilliant cameo appearance with an assist for Aubameyang’s second goal.
If Mo Salah can win the Puskas Award for his strike against Everton then Aaron Ramsey has a real chance of taking home the accolade.
Wenger-ball, without Wenger.
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