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3 Lessons Learnt from Arteta 4-0 Win over West Brom

Arsenal’s win over West Brom was Arteta’s 3rd straight win in the league and this 4-0 win over West Brom was super convincing as his players were determined to take on a win against West Brom.

Goals from Bukayo Saka, Tierney, and a brace from Alexander Lacazette were enough to seal the win for Arsenal in case you missed the 4-0 highlight you can watch it here.

Although we at fantasy are not carried away with the win 🥱😜 we would give you a tactical breakdown of lessons Arteta Learnt during the game, now go get a popcorn because this ride might take long 🍿.

Lacazette is a beast Waiting to unleash himself 🤔

The Frenchman has netted five goals in the past four games where he was given the chance to be the main center forward, does this mean Lacazette has finally gotten his mojo back 🤷

His form doesn’t come as a surprise as the Frenchman loved to play as a sole Striker but ever since he came to Arsenal and after Aubameyang arrival the player has been forced to act as a second striker.

Saka should not be dropped!

His form recently has been the reason for Arsenal rejuvenation in attack the young winger has finally unlocked that number 7 vibe in him to be the talisman in his team.

His goal contribution form should not be halted by Arteta’s wish to keep him fresh for another game, as the player has shown his leadership quality as far as the Arsenal attack is concerned.

Do Not Change that formation Arteta

Arteta has been criticized for not having a creative Midfielder in his team and his freezing the only creative option (Mesut Ozil) turned fans against him as they wanted him sacked.

It seems like Arteta has finally found that missing jigsaw as Smith Rowe has been awesome in that position this season.

Pablo Mari has also been class this season, the Spaniard has been Arsenal’s spine on those winning run.

Many might criticize him based on his low price tag but he has been doing the job just right 😜

And back to Mikel Arteta, he shouldn’t take the risk in changing this winning team as the team is getting to understand themselves and who knows if this team might finally win the EPL 🥱.