Arsenal are in red hot form at the moment and their latest victory saw them thrash Tottenham 3-1 at the Emirates, the most important thing about today's victory is the performance from the Arsenal players, they were very vibrant and aggressive, in fact the gunners were too much for their North London neighbors.
Arsenal got the job done in the first half as they scored three goals without a response from Tottenham, Nuno Espirito Santo's men pulled one back in the second half but it was a little too late for a comeback and Mikel Arteta's men ran out 3-1 winners.
After such a brilliant performance from the Arsenal team it becomes difficult to pick a standout player amongst the eleven that would be handed the man of the match award, so here is a list of the five players that stood out with their performances today and probably deserve the award.
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2. Bukayo Saka
Saka was brilliant today, his moves kept the game at
3. Emile Smith Rowe
4. Thomas Partey
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