Interim Arsenal boss, Freddie Ljungberg, has finally secured his first Gunners win as Arsenal beat West Ham 3-1 in premier league match on Monday.
The Gunners looked like they were on another course of failure as they kept repeating the same mistakes they made during the abysmal match against Brighton on Thursday which ended in a 2-1 home defeat. West Ham took advantage of their lackluster performance and struck the first goal through Angelo Ogbonna after VAR check for handball.
But the Gunners made a victorious comeback as Gabriel Martinelli equalised in the second half. Nicolas Pepe proved his €72million worth by scoring the second goal to secure the lead for Arsenal six minutes later. Then Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang extended the lead with a third goal three minutes after Pepe’s goal.
Although Arsenal was booed off by fans during half time for their careless performance in the first half time, it was West Ham fans who walked off the stadium early to show their disappointment in their team as manager Manuel Pellegrini’s job continues to be threatened.
Arsenal’s victory at the North London Stadium ushers the Gunners into the 9th position in the Premier League from 11th.