Arsenal's Sanchez will 'win the fans back quickly' - Wenger

Danny Welbeck uses his head to put the Gunners ahead

Bournemouth must show all their character to arrest a "concerning" run of form, manager Eddie Howe said after his side were beaten 3-0 at Arsenal for their fourth successive Premier League defeat of the season.

The first involved some fortune as Sead Kolasinac's cross came off his shoulder, but the second was a ideal finish into the far corner from a tight angle to kill the game off in the second half. I liked his second goal today, because it's really clean finishing for any goalscorer.

Danny Welbeck started in place of Alexis Sanchez, who had to travel back to London from worldwide duty with Chile.

The second goal duly followed as Ozil's raking pass was touched on from Lacazette to Welbeck, who instantly gave it back for the Frenchman to finish well from the edge of the box. He almost scored a hat trick but his chip over Asmir Begovic went just wide of the far post.

"I think he [Welbeck] gets stronger and stronger".

The team news for Arsenal sees boss Wenger making three changes from the last time out with Alexandre Lacazette, Sead Kolasinac and Shkodran Mustafi coming in.

Team to play Bournemouth: Cech, Bellerin, Kolasinac, Koscielny, Mustafi, Ramsey, Monreal, Xhaka, Ozil, Welbeck, Lacazette. "He's a guy who has a physical potential that's huge as well".

Sanchez was back on club duty, having seen his push for a move to Manchester City fall flat before the transfer deadline amid a miserable global break with Chile, and made way for Alexandre Lacazette in the starting XI, before emerging to a mixture of cheers and jeers in the second period.

He received a few jeers as he came on at the Emirates on Saturday.

A majority of the crowd serenaded him, however, and Wenger insisted that the boos had not affected the forward.

'We have to accept responses from people.

Arsenal nearly got a third when a back pass to the Bournemouth keeper proved risky after Welbeck closed down the keepers' clearance in front of goal and the keeper saved Lacazette's follow up to save his side's blushes. "I had a chat with him after the game and he didn't look unhappy". Maybe [he was unhappy] because he wanted to score. "The interpretation of the attitudes is always very risky".

Sanchez played the final 15 minutes of Arsenal's 3-0 win against Bournemouth.

"Overall I believe that we had a committed, disciplined and offensively very good performance".

The only negative for Arsenal was substitute Francis Coquelin having to come off with a hamstring injury with 10 minutes left. "I don't know if he's ready (for Thursday's Europa League tie against Cologne) but he's not far away from that".

"Jack is getting stronger and stronger", Wenger said.



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