Ollie Watkins scored a brace as Aston Villa secured a 3-Zero win at Arsenal on Sunday.
The Gunners fell behind when Bukayo Saka inadvertently turned in Matt Targett’s cross within the 25th minute.
Arsenal had possibilities to equalise by way of Alexandre Lacazette, Rob Holding and Nicolas Pepe – and their wastefulness in entrance of purpose was punished.
Watkins scored twice in three second-half minutes to maneuver Aston Villa as much as sixth within the Premier League desk heading into the worldwide break.
To make issues worse for Arsenal, £45million summer time signing Thomas Partey was pressured off at half-time with a suspected thigh damage.
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