Arsenal were awarded a second spot-kick right at the end that would have given Aubameyang the chance to complete his treble, but Lacazette - back following six weeks out - was instead allowed to take it, dispatching the kick to score his first Premier League goal since early December.
Lacazette, appearing for the first time since mid-February due to injury, was introduced from the bench soon after the hour and made himself a nuisance, but Aubameyang was the one to get things moving as the hosts improved in a productive second-half showing. "That explains 0-0 at half-time and 3-0 after the game", he added. It was to prove a shallow oasis in a desert of barren first-half mediocrity however as Arsenal continued to waste possession.
"We've won a few in a row and wanted to keep that going".
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There were times when the Emirates appeared nearly half empty, though the fans that did show up were treated to a 3-0 victory over Paul Lamber's relegation battlers; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struck twice - once from the penalty spot - before Alexandre Lacazette rounded off the victory with a spot kick of his own.
"It's a big game", said Wilshere looking ahead to CSKA.
Gilberto Silva was part of the Arsenal side that went unbeaten during the 2003-04 season on their way to winning the Premier League.
The Gabonese global then had the chance to complete his hat trick after Ndiaye barged over Lacazette in the box.
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Ferguson's freak injury marks the fourth time in the last two years that a Ferguson-Nurmagomedov bout has been called off. MMA Oddsbreaker now has Holloway as the +365 underdog with Nurmagomedov coming in as a -505 favourite. "No one's like me".
There were no surprises when the highly ineffective Danny Welbeck was replaced by Alexandre Lacazette, who was returning after being out for almost two months with a knee injury. It was a key moment, the ref, I don't know what he was seeing or hearing or what angle he was.
"Since the manager has arrived, he's brought that sense of mentality and that is still strong within us but talking about it gets us nothing, we need to show that fight and spirit on the pitch".
I'd wager you would find it hard to get another striker in the league to give up the chance to take home the match ball.
"He made a mistake there, I went in the dressing room after the game and I asked him what his opinion was". "I'm 100 percent confident we will stay up", he said.
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It's nine goals and counting against the Old Lady for CR7 - no player has scored more against a single opponent in the competition.
"I've seen VAR work in Germany", he said.