Arsenal v West Ham United, 22 April 2018

Score4-1 to Arsenal
RefereeLee Mason
CompetitionPremier League
VenueEmirates Stadium
Attendance59,422
Kick-off: 1.30pm Arsenal had now won 15 of the last 20 meetings in the Premier League (lost one).

Goals:

Nacho Monreal 51 G
Aaron Ramsey 82 G
Alexandre Lacazette 85 G
Alexandre Lacazette 89 G

Goals:

Marko Arnautović 64 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper David Ospina
Defender Héctor Bellerin
Defender Nacho Monreal
Defender Shkodran Mustafi
Midfielder Mohamed Elneny
Midfielder Aaron Ramsey
Midfielder Granit Xhaka
Midfielder/Forward Alex Iwobi
Forward Danny Welbeck

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Joe Hart
Defender Arthur Masuaku
Defender Angelo Ogbonna
Defender Pablo Zabaleta
Defender/Midfielder Cheikhou Kouyaté
Defender/Midfielder Declan Rice
Defender/Left back Aaron Cresswell
Midfielder João Mário
Midfielder Mark Noble

Substitutions:

Ainsley Maitland-Niles for Mohamed Elneny 45
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for Alex Iwobi 70
Calum Chambers for Danny Welbeck 88

Substitutions:

Javier Hernández for João Mário 60
Manuel Lanzini for Edimilson Fernandes 60
Andy Carroll for Arthur Masuaku 86

Cards:

Granit Xhaka 41 Y
Ainsley Maitland-Niles 62 Y
Shkodran Mustafi 74 Y

Cards:

Pablo Zabaleta 50 Y
Marko Arnautović 87 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Matt Macey
Defender Rob Holding
Defender/Centre back Per Mertesacker
Defender/Midfielder Calum Chambers
Midfielder Reiss Nelson
Midfielder/Forward Ainsley Maitland-Niles

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Adrián
Defender/Left back Patrice Evra
Midfielder Josh Cullen
Midfielder Manuel Lanzini
Forward Andy Carroll
Forward Jordan Hugill

Comments:

League position: 6th This was Arsenal's first game following the announcement that manager Arsène Wenger would be standing down at the end of the season. The Gunners had now scored three or more goals in six consecutive home games in all competitions for the first time since October 1958. They had now failed to score in one of their last 32 home games in the Premier League.

Comments:

League position: 15th This was West Ham United's 1,000th defeat in the top division (played 2,430, won 822). The Hammers created a new club record of scoring in ten consecutive away games within a Premier League season (previously nine in 1999-2000). They failed in their attempt to avoid defeat in all of their away London derbies in a top division season for the first time since 1983-84.