Why even Steven Gerrard's excited by new Arsenal partnership Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan

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I met Mkhitaryan before he came here, because I always liked his game.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrate after the match.

Arsenal coasted to victory against Everton thanks to a hat-trick from Aaron Ramsey and goals from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Laurent Koscielny.

Just seconds later the Gunners were two ahead when Koscielny dived in low to head past Pickford from a Mesut Ozil corner that had been nodded on by Shkodran Mustafi.

Everton conceded three times in the opening 20 minutes amid defensive chaos, with Ramsey touching in the opener from Mkhitaryan's cross. Ramsey's hattrick came moments before he was due to be subbed off, coming on the end of another Mkhitaryan cut-in, as the Armenian also finished the game with three assists.

"So of course I want to play the World Cup in Russian Federation, which will surely be my last, so I need to give myself every chance".

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"Obviously I'm delighted. It's my first hat-trick, so it's one of those moments to remember". "It hurts like any defeat but when you go down like that, 4-0 in the first half, it does really hurt. We've got to keep that focus, keep that quality throughout the rest of the season now", Ramsey told Arsenal's official website. That's what they will bring to the team and they showed it.

"You can see that he's got electric pace and an eye for goal as well", he said of Aubameyang. Besides, the winger has had a smashing season so far, having scored 8 goals and registered 7 assists from 24 appearances in the league and is unarguably one of the hottest properties in the game.

"There was a bit of disappointment, even though I spent five wonderful years there". Hopefully, they can kick on.

There's no denying the club can be brilliant on their day, but their home form tends to be much better than their away offerings, and he thinks it's this that Wenger will be most annoyed about.

And with the price of a world class centre forward now pushing £100million and upwards, Wenger admitted: "I believe for that quality of striker in today's market, it is a reasonable price".

Maybe it's the kick up the backside that Lacazette needed to get him going but Aubameyang's arrival means there's a new sheriff in town.