One of the greatest stuns of Saturday’s match-day was Arsene Wenger giving a start to Joel Campbell, who is by all means more than out on of favour playing for Arsenal. The Costa Rican did get his first objective for Arsenal in his first start of the season yet more than the performance of the team was excellent.

After a first half which never truly saw either side score, Arsenal came into life; Olivier Giroud scored the first goal on account of a lovely delivery from Mesut Ozil. The German scored up yet another help and now has the most helps with the Premier League since he marked for the Gunners in 2013.

Laurent Koscielny made it two on account of a bungle by ex-Arsenal attendant Fabianski before Campbell wrapped up the three focuses, yet the most essential part of the game was the manner by which well Arsenal attacked the Swansea guard in the second half.