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Fabio Vieira scores first Gunners goal as Arsenal side go top again: Brentford 0-3 Arsenal.

Vieira, making his most memorable Premier League start without a trace of the injured Martin Odegaard, rifled a long-range exertion in off the post (49) to cover an ordering triumph for Mikel Arteta's men.

Willaim Saliba celebrates his opener

Prior, the great William Saliba had opened the scoring with a flicked, close post header from Bukayo Saka's corner (17), preceding Gabriel Jesus multiplied Weapons store's benefit with a correspondingly very much taken header from Granit Xhaka's diagonal center (28).

The Heavy weapons specialists' last visit to Brentford finished in a horrid 2-0 loss on the first day of the season of keep going season yet on this event they were absolutely dominant, the triumph underlining their new improvement and sending them a point clear of Manchester City and Tottenham at the top point of the Premier League table.

"It was a merited success for them," Straightforward said of Weapons store. "You can perceive how hard they worked. I figure they will do splendidly. I think they compete for the title now."

Arsenal had opportunity and energy to make a piece of Premier League history in stoppage time as Arteta sent on foundation player Ethan Nwaneri, who just turned 15 in Spring, to turn into the most youthful ever player to highlight in the competition .


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