In an incredible return to form, Arsenal secured a resounding 5-0 victory over their London rivals, Crystal Palace, in a Premier League clash that saw them climb to third place in the standings.


The match, played on Saturday, showcased Arsenal’s dominance and attacking power.

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The opening goals came courtesy of Gabriel, who headed in from a corner, and a Dean Henderson own goal, resulting from another powerful Gabriel header.

These first-half strikes put Mikel Arteta’s team firmly in control. The lead was extended just before the hour mark when Leandro Trossard clinically finished off a sweeping attacking play.

As if to add an exclamation point to their performance, substitute Gabriel Martinelli scored two almost identical goals in added time. Palace, sitting in 14th place, had a few chances of their own, with a notable attempt from Jefferson Lerma that was expertly saved by Arsenal’s goalkeeper, David Raya.

winger’s comfortable lead allowed Arteta to make four late substitutions, providing some key players with a well-deserved rest. The victory marked the end of Arsenal’s three-match losing streak across different competitions.

With this win, Arsenal reached 43 points, putting them level with Aston Villa and reigning champions Manchester City.

Although their goal difference is superior to Villa’s, it falls short of City’s, leaving them in a closely contested race in the Premier League standings. The emphatic victory served as a statement of the winger’s intent to compete at the highest level.


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