It's nice to see Mikel Arteta's Arsenal. The Spanish coach has created a fun, cheerful, brave and effective team, and they are having an immaculate start to the Premier League. The 'gunners' count their games by victories and after thrashing Leicester on the last day, he did the same on his visit to Bournemouth (0-3).
He got it from the hand of his captain, a Martin Odegaard with full gallons and that at the Vitality Stadium he showed his star by resolving the duel in just six minutes, which it took to score a double against the 'cherries' and leave the clash seen for sentence.
The Norwegian opened the fight in the 5th minute with an opportunistic target, when he caught the goalkeeper's rejection of a good shot by Martinelli. The play, but, featured a control delight gabriel jesuswho this time did not see a goal although was decisive in Arsenal's first two goals.
A few minutes later, Odegaard did not think twice about triggering a long control of Gabriel Jesus inside the area after a good team move by Arsenal (11').
The waters were going to calm down until the second half, when the 'gunners' gave the stocked at un Bournemouth fully at merced of the Arteta team. It was A cross the one that placed the final 0-3, because the quarter of gabriel jesusa great goal, did not go up on the scoreboard due to a millimetric offside.
Arsenal will sleep alone leader this Saturday waiting for what City has in its visit to Newcastle.