Arsenal broke down a determined Everton defence to win 2-0 on Sunday, with second-half goals from Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang giving the Gunners their fourth straight Premier League victory. That was something they never achieved last season under Arsene Wenger, whose Spanish successor Unai Emery felt his side improved during
Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette will be out for up to six weeks after undergoing knee surgery, the club has confirmed. French striker Lacazette had an operation on his left knee on Tuesday morning, which will keep the 26-year-old out for a minimum of four weeks. Lacazette was a substitute for the Gunners'
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confirmed Alexandre Lacazette will miss Saturday's Premier League clash against Manchester United with the groin injury he suffered during Wednesday's 5-0 win over Huddersfield, while Alexis Sanchez is a doubt for the game. Lacazette struck the opening goal to spark Arsenal's victory at the Emirates Stadium, only
Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez has insisted that he and striker Alexandre Lacazette "work well together". The duo have not linked up much this season so far due to the Chile international's fitness issues, but the pair started Sunday's Premier League clash against Everton. Both Sanchez and Lacazette got on the scoresheet as
Arsenal forward Alexandre Lacazette has revealed that he had little interest in joining Paris Saint-Germain during the summer. Before the start of this season, Lacazette opted to make the switch to the Emirates Stadium from Lyon in order to continue his career in the Premier League, but it appears that the
Alexandre Lacazette scored twice as Arsenal recorded a 2-0 win over West Bromwich Albion in Monday night's Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium. Club-record signing Lacazette netted a goal in either half - including one from the penalty spot - as the Gunners moved into seventh position in the Premier
Arsene Wenger has insisted Alexandre Lacazette's disallowed goal should have stood at Stoke. The Frenchman thought he had cancelled out Jese's debut strike with a thunderous effort in the second half, but the linesman raised his flag.Replays appeared to show the France international was fractionally offside, suggesting referee Andre Marriner was
With eight days to go until the start of the 2017/18 Premier League season; the most prestigious football league in the world has now introduced new developments in terms of officiating for the forthcoming campaign. Players who dive or feign injury will face a two-match suspension starting from the approaching season. Footage