Arsenal coast to win at Newcastle United


"So I think he's been a world-class player, a very good servant to Arsenal".

The 28-year-old played 180 minutes for Wales against the Republic of Ireland and Denmark during the recent global break and Emery thinks Ramsey is just feeling the effects of playing too much for his country.

"I'm happy, but most importantly we took the three points".

Star playmaker Mesut Ozil has retained his place in Emery's starting eleven.

"We conceded a lot of chances to counter-attack in transition and a lot of chances from corners and possibilities to arrive into our box". "He continues his process on the team, helping with his quality and working every day to continue with the performance we want". Granit Xhaka scored from a long-range free kick and helped to set up Mesut Ozil for Arsenal's second before a late Ciaran Clark header ensured a nervous finish.

Arsenal were putting themselves in trouble with Newcastle taking advantage of the slow build-up play of the visitors, but it would not lead to any shots on goal from the home team.

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Guendouzi played very safely and can not be criticised for his performance as he hardly made any mistakes, but Torreira is more aggressive and forward looking and even had a couple of shots on goal.

Arsenal won their third straight Premier League match after opening the season with two losses. "We needed this control to impose our ideas".

This time it was 19-year-old Matteo Guendouzi who was taken off, even though Emery insisted he was happy with the French teenager - who has been keeping Torreira on the bench so far.

"Aaron Ramsey also left the field after 80 minutes". It was not a big problem but he was exhausted.

With goalkeeper Petr Cech again struggling when attempting to play the ball out from defence, the Gazette asked the former PSG boss if would be rotating the side, specifically by blooding "sweeper keeper" Bernd Leno in the Europa League tie against FC Vorskla at the Emirates on Thursday.

"I think it's no problem". I want also his best performance for us and he worked well at first and had a good match.