Tonight is indeed a joyful one for Arsenal and their fans as they are back to wining ways after they stormed past Aston Villa in a 3-1 win. The goals from Thomas Partey, Pierre Aubameyang and Ramsey helped Arsenal secure their win against Aston Villa. However, amidst the win by Arsenal there is a tactical mistake avoided by the Arsenal boss, Mikel Arteta. Starting Alexandra Lacazette in today English premier league fixture against Aston Villa was one tactical mistake avoided by Mikel Arteta. Alexandra Lacazette made his first English premier league start since April 18. After much pressure from the fans, Mikel Arteta started the match with Alexandra Lacazette, which at the end contributed to Arsenal's second goal, which was a penalty won by Alexandra Lacazette but was converted to a goal by Pierre Aubameyang in the 45+5 minute of the first half. Alexandra Lacazette is no doubt a good player that needs to be started with in almost every game Arsenal plays, which Mikel Arteta did tonight and that also helped give them the victory against Aston Villa.OPINION BY ALLFOOTBALLGIST.
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