Goals from Kieran Gibbs, Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud make sure that Arsenal head into the tie at the Emirates with a three-goal advantage.

The first half largely consisted of Arsenal pressure. Wave of attack after attack came in but Fenerbahce managed to make sure that the Gunners didn't get the goal in the first half.

Arsenal Centre half Laurent Koscielny needed to have stitches after coming off with blood streaming down his face in the first half.

Arsenal subbed on Carl Jenkinson, which meant Bacary Sagna would then have to cover at centre back for the rest of the game.

Arsenal kept on attacking though and came close to goal a number of times but the final shot was lacking for the Gunners.

The second half was set off with a bang; just six minutes after the break Theo Walcott was unleashed down the right, all that was left to do was for him to square the ball to Kieran Gibbs who had an open goal to lash the ball into and make it 1-0 to Arsenal.

Just ten minutes later, Aaron Ramsey scored a goal that he thoroughly deserved after putting in a phenomenal performance.

He made his way past the midfield of the Turkish team before striking the ball into the bottom corner from outside of the box.

Walcott was a danger as ever with his pace and he put constant pressure on the Fenerbahce defence, which eventually paid off as he won a penalty at the 75th minute of the game.

Olivier Giroud calmly put this into the net to give Arsenal a three-goal advantage, before being subbed off in the 82nd minute for the German international striker Lukas Podolski.

Nacho Monreal also got a run out in a bid to gain a little bit of match sharpness as he got the last five minutes of the game to play going off for Theo Walcott.

The man on the match will undoubtedly be Aaron Ramsey who put in an outstanding performance and there's no doubt that he is improving every single game and has the potential to be a fundamental part of the Arsenal line-up.

Arsenal leave Turkey carrying a three goal advantage into the home tie and Champions League football looks to be within their grasp, but the key test for Arsenal is if they can carry this form into Saturday’s game at Craven Cottage.

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