Gunners hit 5 at Norwich

Arsenal made it four wins in a row as they cruised to a thumping five-nil win at Norwich on Boxing Day.

Bukayo Saka opened the scoring early on, and scored again in the second half, sandwiching a rare Kieran Tierney strike.

The game had gone ahead despite not suffering a number of positive covid cases in Dean Smith’s squad and Norwich battled for periods of the first half but couldn’t handle the passing of Martin Odegaard and the finishing of the Gunners.

With a home game against Wolves coming up less than 48 hours after this game finished, Arteta took the opportunity to use his substitutes to rest some players.

But Arsenal did not ease up, Alexandre Lacazette converted a late penalty and Emile Smith Rowe once again came off the bench to make it five.

The result gives Arsenal their first back to back away wins in the league this season, but left the noise players booed off full time following yet another loss.

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