New head coach Unai Emery seized his first win as Arsenal manager as the Gunners came from behind to beat West Ham 3-1 in an action-packed match on Saturday.

Arsenal celebrated their first victory under their new manager Unai Emery while West Ham still struggles to find their first point in the Premier League as the match ends as a third successive defeat for new manager Manuel Pellegrini.

The Gunners believed they had got an early lead in the 12th minute, but Aaron Ramsey‘s goal was ruled out for offside. However, it was West Ham who opened the scoring in the 25th minute as Felipe Anderson stamped down the pitch before playing a quick one-two with Arnautovic at the edge of the box, the striker burying it past Cech into the bottom corner.

But the lead did not last for long as Arsenal leveled the score just five minutes later as Nacho Monreal found the net with a composure like never before.

West Ham had a stroke of misfortune as they failed to clear an Arsenal attack, enabling Aaron Ramsey to head the ball back into the area to Lacazette, who held off Carlos Sanchez before slotting the ball across for Aubameyang. However, it was Diop who helped the ball on its way home in the 70th minute.

Substitute Danny Welbeck then sealed the win for the Gunners in the 93rd minute after Bellerin provided a fine ball into the area, after an exceptional run, through the legs of Masuaku, allowing the striker time and space to score from close range.

In the post-match interview, Emery said: “The three points were very important. Today I saw good things, but also things [to] improve – more transition. In the first half, we suffered more than we want. It was very important to win, and we showed that we can win in difficulty, after 1-0 in the first half. We suffered with the transition in the first half, but we improved in the second half and controlled it more like we want. We need to improve in this transition to get the balance.”

Arsenal faces Cardiff in their next Premier League fixture on Sunday, 2nd September. While West Ham have a midweek tie against AFC Wimbledon in the Carabao Cup before hosting Wolves in the London Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday, 1st September.

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