Arsene Wenger insists his side must continue to improve after yesterday’s 5-2 thumping of Everton which got balloon-headed manager Ronald Koeman the sack earlier this afternoon.
The Gunners were rampant in attack with the long-awaited front three of Alexandre Lacazette, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez, and Aaron Ramsey support from behind.
All four scored in what was probably the best attacking performance of the season, but the manager wants his side to improve – aware that they conceded two very avoidable goals too.
“There are still things to improve,” he told SFR Sport, “but we created a lot of chances through our team movement.
“If you add Ramsey with his penetrating runs, we caused Everton a lot of problems.
“After that, it’s easier for everyone to express themselves. I’m satisfied with the way we played. Our movement was good, and the quality of our passing was good.
“We were tested mentally because we were losing 1-0. We got back into the game, and we finished the match in a very convincing way.”