Arsenal register a comfortable 2-0 win over Stoke City at the Emirates stadium to move ahead in the league table and go upto second position just behind Manchester City. Arsene Wenger fielded an unchanged starting XI as Theo Walcott started upfront ahead of Olivier Giroud.

Wenger’s trust on Walcott paid dividends to the French manager as the English attacker scored a prolific goal after tracking a brilliant pass from Mesut Ozil. The German midfielder forwarded a long pass from the center line which was met by Walcott. The makeshift forward finished acurately to give his team the lead.

French forward Olivier Giroud scored the insurance goal in te second half to confirm Arsenal’s win today.

As Arsenal outclassed Stoke City, fans around the world were ecstatic with this crucial three points. 

Here are the best tweets after the game:


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