Arsenal Demolishes West Ham in Historic Premier League Victory

Arsenal delivered a commanding performance to secure their largest Premier League away win by decimating West Ham in a display of sheer dominance, narrowing the gap to league leaders Liverpool to just two points. The match, held at the London Stadium, ended in a momentous victory for Mikel Arteta’s team, propelling them to equal Manchester City on goals scored, and solidifying their position in third place.

The defeat marks a new low for West Ham, equating their heaviest home loss in the Premier League and matching a historical defeat dating back to the 1963-64 season against Blackburn. Arsenal’s onslaught began in the first half, with the team quickly amassing a 4-0 lead. William Saliba initiated the scoring spree, followed by goals from Gabriel, Bukayo Saka, and Leandro Trossard, leaving the West Ham defense in disarray.

The second half saw no reprieve for the Hammers as Saka effortlessly penetrated their defense to net his second goal of the game. Declan Rice, facing his former club, further compounded West Ham’s misery with a sensational long-range effort, bringing the score to an astonishing 6-0.

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