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Arsenal Stars Make Premier League History




Arsenal stars Aaron Ramsey and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have made Premier League history following their contributions in the Gunners’ latest win in the competition.

Ramsey and Aubameyang both scored and also provided an assist each as substitutes as Arsenal scored four second-half goals to secure a 5-1 victory over Fulham in their London Derby clash at Craven Cottage on Sunday afternoon.

Their feat means that two substitutes score and provide an assist in the same match and for the same team which is a Premier League history.

The hosts competed well with Arsenal in the first half before the Gunners’ quality blew their opponents away in the second half.

Alexandre Lacazette’s 29th-minute opener was cancelled out by 2014 World Cup winner Andre Schurrle on the stroke of halftime.

French international Lacazette shot Arsenal into a second lead four minutes after the halftime interval before substitute Ramsey extended his side’s lead midway into the second half off an assist from Aubameyang.

The Gabonese international moved from provider to scorer with eleven minutes left to give the Gunners a 4-1 victory before he completed his brace in added time.

The five-star Arsenal performance means that the North Londoners have won nine successive games in all competitions after losing the first two matches of the season.

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