LONDON — Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan caught the eye as Arsenal ran riot against Bournemouth at the Emirates and was named Man of the Match for a third Consecutive time, Mirror says.
The Armenian was on the scoresheet, linking up brilliantly with Mesut Ozil to make it 2-0 after the German had opened the scoring in north London on Wednesday, February 27. Mkhitaryan also provided two assists later on.
A nightmare moment for Matteo Guendouzi saw Lys Mousset pull one back for Bournemouth before Laurent Koscielny re-established the two-goal cushion after the break.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s 16th Premier League goal of the season made it 4-1 before Alexandre Lacazette completed the scoring with a free-kick.
Mkhitaryan scored and provided an assist for Lacazette as the Gunners secured a 2-0 win against Southampton on Sunday.
The victory was enough to move Unai Emery’s side up to fourth ahead of Manchester United and Chelsea.