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Wenger: Alexis isn't fat, he's serious and committed

12 Septembre 2017

And that attribute was out in full force after eagle-eyed fans spotted Welbeck seemingly missing an open goal from one yard out as he followed up team-mate Alexandre Lacazette's goal for the Gunners against Bournemouth. It's taken three years.

Alexis Sanchez is completely committed to Arsenal and will quickly win over any doubting fans, manager Arsene Wenger said after his side cruised to a comfortable 3-0 Premier League victory against Bournemouth yesterday. He's a team player and the coaches love him.

The second period was less than three minutes old when Bournemouth's Jermain Defoe headed against the post but Welbeck struck again for Arsenal soon afterwards, finishing superbly from a tight angle.

Eddie Howe's side are only off the bottom of the Premier League on goal difference and have lost their opening four games in a season for only the third time.

"He gets stronger and stronger", said Wenger. People are not convinced that he is a great finisher, but these kinds of goals will help him become more relaxed in front of goal.

Garth Crooks doesn't consider Danny Welbeck to be a natural goal-scorer like Arsenal legends Denis Bergkamp, Thierry Henry and Ian Wright.

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The Chile worldwide was set to depart the Emirates Stadium in last month's transfer window but a deadline-day move failed to materialise as the Gunners were unable to land Thomas Lemar.

"I liked his second goal today because it was the clean finish of a goal-scorer", Wenger said. Are they tapped up in the afternoon of the game by people who want to get them out?

Sanchez, who was on the brink of joining Manchester City just 10 days ago, generally got a warm reception but with a smattering of boos from the Arsenal fans when he came off the bench in the 75th minute.

The Frenchman is quoted by The Mirror as saying: "Yes, I spoke to him. The interpretation of the attitudes is always very unsafe".

"I think Welbeck is getting stronger and stronger, and let's not forget he was out for a long time".

Wilshere is yet to play a game for Arsenal this season season after he suffered a hairline fracture to his leg while on loan at Bournemouth. "It was a poor performance from start to finish".

Wenger: Alexis isn't fat, he's serious and committed