Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger believes the Gunners’ “relentless” attack earned them a hard-fought three points at Vicarage Road against Watford on Saturday.
Arsenal scored three times in 12 minutes as Alexis Sanchez, Olivier Giroud and Aaron Ramsey all got on the score sheet in the 3-0 win.
The score line means Wenger’s men have now found the back of the net 13 times in their last four games and the Frenchman will be proud of the encouraging stats.
“I like that we continued to attack relentlessly until the end and to finish with it was a convincing win.
“We scored five at Leicester, we scored three against Watford today, who had only conceded one [at home], so that tells you we can score goals and we can be dangerous against anybody.
“We faced a team that was very well organised, very strong in their challenges and very direct as well. It took us a while to adjust to that level of commitment and when we did it in the second half we dominated the game and after the first goal you could see that mentally and physically they got the blow.
“Sometimes the first goal changes the game. When they had to come out it was much easier for us. We know once we are in full power, we are quick in transition and we can kill teams off with our pace and that is what happened.” Wenger told Arsenal Player.
Arsenal face a huge test against Bayern Munich in midweek in the Champions League – a match they really have to win – before they host Everton who were ripped apart by Manchester United at Goodison Park next weekend.