- Arsenal beat manager-less Crystal Palace 4-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday
- The win moved the Gunners eight points clear of Manchester City on the EPL log
- Ex-City star and current Arsenal star, Oleksandr Zinchenko celebrated with fans
Arsenal are inching closer to the title with every passing game and have an advantage of playing just the league now after they were eliminated from the UEFA Europa League by Sporting Lisbon last Thursday.
They have also been eliminated from both domestic cup competitions - the FA Cup and Carabao Cup.
The Gunners are already counting down to 10 games to the end of the season, and they will be crowned champions if they can hold on.
They defied the odds of teams sacking a manager ahead of a game and going forward to receive a massive boost. Instead, Arsenal dismantled Crystal Palace 4-1 at the Emirates Stadium, with the Eagles having sacked their legend, Patrick Vieira.
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Zinchenko celebrates with Arsenal fans
Versatile Ukrainian player, Zinchenko has become a mainstay of the Gunners squad since his £32 million move from Manchester City and is rated as the signing of the season ahead of Gabriel Jesus, according to Football London.
He completed the 90 minutes of the weekend's win. He was then seen driving out of the Emirates Stadium after the game and celebrating with the fans, according to a video recirculated on Twitter by Football Daily.
The excited Zinchenko was fist-pumping the air and screaming 'Come on' at the fans as he drove away from the stadium.
Sango spotted at Emirates Stadium
Former Arsenal striker, Yaya Sanogo was at the stadium at the weekend to watch his two former clubs take on each other. He played for Arsenal between 2013-2017 and spent the 2015 season on loan.
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The player, who won the 2014 FA Cup with the club, was featured in Arsenal's gallery for the match. He currently plays for Urartu in the Armenian league.
Martinelli displays tough mentality
Sports Brief earlier reported on Arteta revealing the conversation with Gabriel Martinelli after the striker missed the penalty that eliminated Arsenal from the Europa League.
There were concerns over whether the striker would have a clear head to play but the manager revealed he asked to start the game. Martinelli was brilliant in 83 minutes on the pitch.