Arsenal finally ended their winless run on Monday with a 3-1 win at West Ham United.
The Gunners went behind in the first half as Angelo Ogbonna met a cross with what VAR decided was his shoulder.
Things stayed 1-0 heading into halftime - worrying signs that it's more of the same from an Arsenal side that just hasn't performed in recent months.
But the second half featured a magic ten-minute spell.
Gabriel Martinelli squared things up on 60 minutes with his first Premier League goal before Nicolas Pepe silenced some doubters six minutes later.
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The £72m man picked the ball up on the right of the box, cut inside and curled a beauty into the far corner to give Arsenal the lead.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang then secured the points on 69 minutes with a close-range volley.
And so Arsenal have their win with three of their forwards bagging goals - the second half, in particular, couldn't have gone much better.
Not that we didn't get a ridiculous moment that could only happen with Arsenal these days.
The Gunners prepared an 86th-minute substitution and, as is normal, the stadium announcer called the substitution - David Luiz for Granit Xhaka.
Only it wasn't Luiz coming on but Matteo Guendouzi.
Now, they do have remarkably similar looks, to be fair, so many in the stadium would have understood the mixup once the announcer apologised and corrected himself.
But still, only at Arsenal can you end up with the only two players where people are confusing Luiz and Guendouzi with anyone.News Now - Sport News