The Gunners are still celebrating their victory over their Ukrainian opponents in their Europa League encounter last night.
The Gunners put four goals past Vorskla Poltava, while, Bernd Leno, who was making his debut appearance for the club, conceded two goals which turned out to be a mere consolation.
There were many positives to bring out of the game but here are just lessons learnt from the encounter.
Torreira needs to be starting under Unai Emery
Arsenal fans have been hoping to see Torreira in the club’s starting XI since his blistering display against Chelsea in the second game of the season, but their calls weren’t heard by Emery who prefers Matteo Guendouzi ahead of the Uruguay international.
The Spanish tactician eventually gave the midfielder the chance to play from the start and he was wonderful throughout the game. His positional awareness and defensive ability were wonderful.
Just as thought by the Gunners faithful, it is high time he takes his due position in the starting lineup.
Emery’s mission to help Aubameyang was accomplished
After five matches, the Gabonese striker could manage just a goal which is unacceptable for a player of his qualities.
Emery believes the former Borussia Dortmund player needs to regain his confidence by scoring goals.
To help him regain his self-confidence, Emery started the player in a game that could have been executed by fringe members of the team.
The gaffer’s mission to help Auba return to goalscoring form was accomplished as the player scored two great goals.
With this goals, the Gabonese striker is reportedly ready to light up the Premier League with many goals for the rest of the campaign.