Lacazette brace destroys West Ham for Arsene Wenger

Lacazette netted twice, following Ramsey’s restoration goal in the last seven minutes for Arsenal to destroy West Ham 4-1 at Emirates stadium.

With news of Arsene Wenger’s motives to retire at the end of the season being fresh, it’s proper for Arsenal to honour their coach by winning the remaining fixtures and Nacho Monreal actualized respect with opening the scores nine minutes to half an hour mark.

Arsene Wenger era – a story that started at Ewood Park against Blackburn Rovers on 12 October 1996 – will end at the end of the season.

West Ham striker Marco Arnautovic replied at 64 with an overwhelming thunderous effort which David Ospina couldn’t save.

Marco Arnautovic celebrates goal

Aaron Ramsey restored the home lead at 82nd minute before French Man Alexander Lacazette doubled and tripled their lead at 85 and 89 respectively.

Aaron Ramsey celebrates with Aubameyang

Danny Welbeck and Granit Xhaka forced Joe Hart to must saves before the goal galore Ramsey initiated.

The Welsh in PMI paid tribute to departing Wenger and understood the need to registers wins for a good send off to the man who trusted in him since 17 years.

“It’s really tough to take by the group of lads. He’s believed in us and given us all these opportunities over the years. He brought me here as a 17-year-old, I owe him a lot. He deserves all the plaudits he gets. Hopefully we can finish off the season on a high.”

Danny Welbeck curled effort was saved by Joe Hart

Meanwhile the man who has been the topic of discussion worldwide said the praises were overwhelming however they tried to be professional.

“I was focused on winning the game. We just tried to be professional and do our job even when the circumstances are different. It was a good team spirit and good preparation for Thursday. I would like to thank everyone who has been very nice and kind and praised me more than I deserved it. I would like to say thank you everyone. It’s been a great period for me and I’m thankful for that.”

Granit Xhaka’s shot couldn’t go past Hart

Arsenal will play their next Premier League on Sunday 29th at home as they host Manchester United but before the Gunners have a vital mission in the Europa; ensure victory over Atletico Madrid on Thursday night.

15th place West Ham will Manchester City next Sunday at home as the Champions will receive their trophy the same day.