It was tough but we have the quality in the squad
ARSENAL hit three quickfire goals to seal a 3-1 comeback victory at West Ham and end a nine-match winless run in the process.
But the Gunners suffered a major blow when Scotland international Kieran Tierney suffered a suspected dislocated shoulder in the 29th minute.
The former Celtic defender left the field with his arm in a makeshift sling.
Arsenal looked on course for yet another defeat as they fell behind to a fortunate Angelo Ogbonna goal at the London Stadium – but they rallied after the break to record a fairly comfortable victory.
It was the first win under the guidance of interim head coach Freddie Ljungberg, who was rewarded for starting Gabriel Martinelli and Nicolas Pepe as both got on the scoresheet before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang added the third.
While Arsenal supporters booed their team off at the break, it was the West Ham fans who flooded out of the stadium early as Manuel Pellegrini continues to hang on to his own job – with Ljungberg showing his credentials for landing the Arsenal role on a full-time basis.
After a draw at Norwich and a home defeat by Brighton, Ljungberg needed a response here and it finally came on