The Gunners traveled to Fulham today in hopes of getting another three points, and they did so in notable fashion.
Trossard registered a hat-trick of first-half assists to help Arsenal secure a comfortable victory over Fulham, which is a new record in the Premier League's history.
VAR prevented Arteta's squad from grabbing the lead as Robinson scored an own goal after 16 minutes, with Martinelli being in an offside position during the buildup. However, Gabriel cracked Fulham's fortitude by rushing onto Trossard's corner just a few seconds after being denied the game's first goal. Martinelli later added a second goal with a downward header, and shortly before halftime, Odegaard scored a third. Trossard crossed the ball from the left, and he held hold of it before blasting it into the bottom corner. Mitrovic had a chance to score a consolation goal for Fulham after the break, but his header struck the crossbar. Upon his comeback, Jesus had the opportunity to score, but his shot was directly toward Leno.
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