After struggled in the front of goal in recent weeks, Alexandre Lacazette finally broken the deadlock with brilliant strike in Thursday’s Europa League Arsenal 4-1 win over Vienna.
The 29-year-old scoring in the first three matches of the new season before gone eight games without a goal in all competitions.
However, on Thursday evening, Lacazette playing a lead role in Arsenal’s 4-1 victory over Rapid Vinnea to extend their 100% record in Europe so far this season.
The Ex-Lyon star opened the scoring with devastating, swerving shot from long-range and set the tone for Arsenal’s most impressive performance of the season so far with his industry and link play.
Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta has hailed Lacazette performances following victory on Thursday night.
Mikel Arteta said: ‘It was a good game in that position, I think it suits him, it gives him a bit of freedom and he is really good at linking play in those positions. He worked really hard and scored a beautiful goal.
‘It was great because to score that goal, you have to shoot, and he shoots from 25 yards. He took it, he never doubted, he took the first touch forwards, not backwards, and that was the mindset of where is the ball, he shoots and he scores.
‘Everyone today was really positive every time they got on the ball and we tried to attack the opponent’s box as much as possible. I think when you shoot, anything can happen, and if you don’t, we’re never going to score goals.’