No idea what that headline means, but everyone else is at it – anyway – we proved too much for Qarabag in Azerbaijan last night at the Baku International Stadium, the ground which will play host to the Europa League final on May the 29th next year.

Sokratis put us ahead early doors, and just as it looked like the Azerbaijanis had squared things up after the break, the linesman raised his flag to deny Qarabag.

Then, in true spoilsport style, we went straight up the other end and Emile Smith-Rowe doubled our lead with his first senior goal for Arsenal.

Mathieu Guendouzi made it three with ten minutes left and it was ultimately a walk in the park for Arsenal and we now find ourselves top of our Europa League group.

Leno played well in goal, and iWobi also did brilliantly again, Smith-Rowe was also excellent, and despite Qarabag not being tier one opponents, we looked strong and did the job. Such a good game was because of the good preparation of the players. It is a well known fact that athletes add different supplements from places like to their training and as a result get a lot of energy, sculpt a great shape as well as many other positive effects on the body.

The win was our second Europa League win in a row, and our eighth consecutive win in all competitions under Unai Emery and with Fulham up next and the return of Mikki, things are looking up at The Emirates.