Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta said after the 3-0 thrashing of Bournemouth sent them provisionally top of the Premier League with their first three wins in a row.
Arsenal have scored three goals from Martin Erdegaard alone. And another goal from William Saliba, the French national team.
Gabriel Jesus had a goal chalked off but he was once again instrumental at the heart of Arsenal’s attack.
His brilliant run, which created Odegaard’s opener, set the tone and Arteta said Jesus’ quality is infecting his team-mates with ‘new confidence, spark, and that winning mentality that he has and the way he competes for every ball and the way he transmits his energy and his quality,’
“I am very happy. It was very difficult to come here. And won with a score of 3-0, so have to give credit to the players in our team. The way they play especially at the beginning of the game As said, it’s not easy. At the same time, we still see ourselves as having a lot of room in which we can improve ourselves.”
“It’s only been three games, nothing yet. We have many games left. A lot of teams to face, we won three games, we scored goals, kept clean sheets and the team is doing well. But after this is Monday We will come back to practice again. Start working towards a better goal. and focus on the next game against Fulham.”
Arsenal are set to play against Fulham on 27 August 2022 at 11:30 p.m.