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Published: Tue, January 17, 2017
Health | By Constance Griffith

Iwobi dazzles as Arsenal run riot over Swansea City


Coach Arsene Wenger was delighted with Alex Iwobi's impact during Arsenal's 4-0 win over Swansea on Saturday and insists there is much more to come from the academy graduate.

Arsenal ruined Paul Clement's first league game in charge of Swansea with a 4-0 victory at the Liberty Stadium yesterday afternoon.

But the Gunners bombarded the Welsh side's goal in the second period and were rewarded with two fortunate own goals with Alex Iwobi's shot looping in off Jack Cork and Naughton turning in a cross into his own net.

Arsenal will reportedly focus their attention on extending Alexis Sanchez's stay in north London after handing manager Arsene Wenger a new deal in March.

The only low point for Spurs was an ankle injury that forced centre-back Jan Vertonghen off midway through the second half. I am long enough in the job to know that. "But that one at least, I'm praying it's my goal".

Speaking at his post-match news conference, Wenger replied when asked about Sanchez's reaction to being substituted: "All the players are frustrated when they come off, some show it, some not". I think he benefited from that.

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Swansea now face a trip to title-chasers Liverpool in a game where it's yet again essential they take points in the battle for Premier League survival.

Arsenal were 3-0 up after 68 minutes after yet another own goal.

The Serie A club almost snapped him up in the summer, but Bournemouth beat 'em to it.

So, especially after a good performance and a goal, of course an Alexis-type player's going to be disappointed and angry to be subbed off.

The France worldwide opened the scoring at the Liberty Stadium - during the first match of Swans' new head coach Paul Clemnet's reign - eight minutes before the break as he continued his impressive goalscoring run.

In the early game of the day, Harry Kane helped himself to a hat-trick, as Tottenham made it six wins in a row. "Then in the second half we conceded two unlucky goals and you can not get back into the game against these quality players".

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