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The victory moved Arsenal into the top four, but Emery insisted that his team must continue to prove their winning mentality in the coming fixtures.

Two goals each from Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang led rampant Arsenal to a 5-1 thrashing of Fulham in the English Premier League on Sunday.

"But I am just thinking about the next match against Leicester at the Emirates, in our home, with our supporters". The upshot was a performance that was both efficient and attractive, the highlight of which was a fine team goal finished with a flick by Aaron Ramsey.

Arsenal boss Unai Emery rang the changes from Thursday's Europa League match in Azerbaijan against Qarabag.

"We are happy. We need to feel together, inside with the club, the players".

"We played very well, but we knew that Fulham play good football and would try to hit us on the counter-attack", the Gabon global told BT Sport.

Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's celebration - how much easier does that make things for you? Today is the first day we more clearly played 4-4-2, with Danny [Welbeck] and Lacazette first and then Auba and Lacazette.

"Here, he is doing very well". "We are going up in the table little by little giving us a better position for our objective".

Lucas Torreira (9/10): An absolute beast in the middle of the park, Lucas Torreira once again showcased his talents with yet another colossal display against the Cottagers. "His career is starting and we want him to give us his best performance and his quality".

The London gunners last lost a match in August 2018 against rivals Chelsea.

Bernd Leno (7.5/10): A comprehensive display in between the sticks from Bernd Leno, who continues to impress while deputizing for the injured Petr Cech.

'I believe in us, we believe in our process but also we must keep taking confidence.

Arsenal, perhaps after blowing off some Europa League cobwebs, began to enjoy more of the ball and only a ideal sliding challenge from Maxime Le Marchand prevented Lacazette tapping in Danny Welbeck's cross.

"I think we played very well", he told BT Sport.

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