Wenger: late victor a clear penalty

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James Tarkowski brought down Wales worldwide Aaron Ramsey at Turf Moor in stoppage time before Alexis Sanchez stroked home the penalty to give the Gunners all three points. It never found clear sailing at Turf Moor.

Arsenal was late for its preparations due to traffic problems. The standings are likely to be jumbled up again with midweek fixtures ahead, during which Huddersfield come to the Emirates on Wednesday.

The triumph over the Clarets made it eight league wins for Arsene Wenger's men this term as they climbed to fourth place in the Premier League log with 25 points from 13 games.

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Iwobi struggled to make an impact and was later withdrawn in favour of Jack Wilshere, another player whose future remains unclear despite the obvious keenness among the Arsenal fans for him to get more minutes on the pitch.

"It's easier for everyone on the pitch when we work together and then afterwards we have the quality to get forward and create opportunities to score".

"In the second half it was a question of the final ball and patience, not making a mistake at the back".

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"I think it was very important, more than the Tottenham game".

"You are always happy because you score a late goal and have three points", he added.

Charlie Austin scored two second-half headers, while Dusan Tadic and Steven Davis were also on target to give the home side a 4-1 victory over the Toffees.

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"It was a hard game you know, they play very direct, cross very well and upfront they have players who can score headers".

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