Jas it seemed, for the first time in the Premier League this season, Arsenal will lead in the half time they have recognized. That would have angered Emmery, because Iobi's backbone at Bournemouth's strike was intercepted and Ryan Fraser ran from deep into his half.
The winger sent the ball to Kalum Wilson on the left and did not have any pressure on the attacker, or David Brooks, who received the inside edge or Joshua King, who was unmarked to shoot for the first time shot around goalkeeper Bernd Leno and the net.
Arsenal was defensively frightening, which should go forward. Although Bornemut dominated ownership, it was the visitors who created the chances of another low pass by intercepted by Thoreira, whose right-handed strikes encountered the goal with Ivy, which shortened the increase.
After that, the corner discouraged Nathan Ake's head and ran to Abayayang, who was lying down, but then he was half-waved, before Ivobi tried to bend a ball around Begovic who pushed him. For Bornammut was a free kick from Leno.
Bournemouth in the second part again lost his place with Lermo, giving Henrik Mitarian the ball only for Abayyang, who unnecessarily threw him from the edge of the field. He quickly changed quickly with Bournemouth guilty of not closing his opponents with a free-kick with the ball he played through the pitch, as Ivobi and Kolasinac reunited to secondly to break low. Aubamean slid and managed the shot behind Begovic.
He was not the happiest afternoon for Lermontos and was again unhappy, because his powerful propulsion from the distance beat Leno, but was canceled because Bornammut desperately tried to return to the match.
They were again locked up while Kolasinac cut off an attempt to obtain permission after Charlie Daniels flying to one corner. Leno pushed the ball out of his cross-bar. During the injury Junior Stanislas went free with the last blow to the match, while Arsenal won the victory.