- Arsenal vs Tottenham ended 3-1 in favour of the Gunners in the north London derby played at the Emirates
- Emile Smith-Rowe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka scored for the Gunners while Heung-Min Son netted for Spurs
- The Gunner have now moved to tenth position of the league standings after recording three consecutive win
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Arsenal recorded another impressive 3-1 victory over Tottenham as they continue their resurgence in the Premier League.
The Gunners who started the new campaign with three straight losses have now won their last three matches on the bounce.
The north London derby was another acid test for Mikel Arteta who is gradually getting in gear with his young side.
Summary of the game
It took only 12 minutes for Arsenal to put their noses in front as Bukayo Saka made a brilliant cut-back for the Englishman to side-foot his effort home to make in 1-0.
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The build-up to the second goal was even more brilliant which started from the goalkeeper as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was the recipient of Smith-Rowe's cross to make it 2-0.
It was Saka's turn to register his name on the scoresheet as he wriggled his way into Spurs' defence to score the third in the 34th minute.
Spurs looked more purposeful in the second half as their inspirational captain Harry Kane forced a fine save from Aaron Ramsdale and later on missed another scoring chance.
Heung-Min Son grabbed a consolation for Spurs 11 minutes from time as his shot was too hot to handle for Ramsdale to make it 3-1.
Ramsdale still had one more fantastic save to make as he acrobatically tipped Lucas Moura's dipping effort in injury time.
The win takes Arsenal to tenth on the Premier League table above their north London rivals who are in 11th position.
Arsenal vs Wimbledon: Lacazette, Rowe, Nketiah score in 3–0 win
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Arsenal continued their winning streak in all competitions as they made a light workout of Championship side AFC Wimbledon in the Carabao Cup third-round tie.
The Gunners were in cruise control of the game as they were awarded a penalty after Gabriel Martinelli was brought down in the box.
Captain of the night Alexander Lacazette sent the goalkeeper the wrong way to make it 1-0 after just 11 minutes.
Mikel Arteta's men had to wait until the 77th minute to double the advantage through substitute Emile Smith-Rowie who applied the finish from a Lacazette's assist to make it 2-0.