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VIDEO: Arsenal 2 – 0 West Bromwich Albion [Premier League] Highlights 2017/18

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Alexandre Lacazette scored twice to give Arsenal a 2-0 Premier League win over West Brom at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal moved into seventh place in the Premier League with a 2-0 victory over West Brom on Monday.

Alexandre Lacazette scored both goals at the Emirates Stadium to give Arsene Wenger’s side a third league win of the season and a seventh in a row at home to the Baggies.

Tony Pulis’ side won the last meeting between these teams in March and had their chances to claim at least a share of the spoils, with Jay Rodriguez hitting the post and Jake Livermore failing to convert the rebound before Lacazette headed in the opener.

West Brom, for whom Gareth Barry made a record 633rd Premier League appearance, continued to threaten an unconvincing Arsenal defence but their lack of composure in attack was compounded when Lacazette’s penalty doubled the lead.

The goal made the Gunners’ club-record signing the first man to score in his first three Premier League matches at home and allowed them to ease to the win, which lifts them back to within six points of league leaders Manchester City.

They now turn their attentions to Thursday’s Europa League trip to Belarus, where they will meet BATE in their second Group H match.

Arsenal moved into seventh place in the Premier League with a 2-0 victory over West Brom on Monday.

Alexandre Lacazette scored both goals at the Emirates Stadium to give Arsene Wenger’s side a third league win of the season and a seventh in a row at home to the Baggies.

Tony Pulis’ side won the last meeting between these teams in March and had their chances to claim at least a share of the spoils, with Jay Rodriguez hitting the post and Jake Livermore failing to convert the rebound before Lacazette headed in the opener.

West Brom, for whom Gareth Barry made a record 633rd Premier League appearance, continued to threaten an unconvincing Arsenal defence but their lack of composure in attack was compounded when Lacazette’s penalty doubled the lead.

The goal made the Gunners’ club-record signing the first man to score in his first three Premier League matches at home and allowed them to ease to the win, which lifts them back to within six points of league leaders Manchester City.

They now turn their attentions to Thursday’s Europa League trip to Belarus, where they will meet BATE in their second Group H match.

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