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Player of the month

Lacazette is our January Player of the Month

After scoring three times in January, it's no surprise that Alex Lacazette has been named as our Player of the Month.

The France international kicked off the new year in fine style, scoring our second goal in our 4-1 victory over Fulham at Emirates Stadium.

Laca also played a starring role in our 2-0 victory against Chelsea, opening the scoring in the third minute with a superb finish at the near post.

The forward's final goal of the month came in our 2-0 victory against Cardiff, as he collected the ball on the touchline, held off two challenges and lashed a shot into the far corner.

Lacazette finished with 65 per cent of the votes cast, with Sead Kolasinac in second place and Aaron Ramsey in third.


Loan Watch: Nelson features in six-goal thriller

Reiss Nelson

Five of our loan players were in action across the weekend. Read on to find out how they fared:

Reiss Nelson came on in the 70th minute for Hoffenheim on Saturday, as they bounced back from 3-0 down to claim a draw.

Goals from Jadon Sancho, Mario Gotze and Raphael Guerreiro handed the hosts a three-goal lead, but upon Nelson’s introduction, the tide turned with Ishak Belfodil pulling one back.

Pavel Kaderabek reduced the deficit even further less than five minutes later, before Belfodil equalised in the 87th minute.

Emiliano Martinez played the entirety of entirety of Reading’s 0-0 draw with Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, meaning he’s now kept back-to-back clean sheets in his first two games for the club.

Wednesday put the Royals defence under great pressure in spells, but Martinez was on hand to produce a number of fine saves.

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Calum Chambers played 90 minutes as Fulham were beaten 3-0 by Manchester United on Saturday.

Paul Pogba opened the scoring in the 14th minute, before Anthony Martial doubled their advantaged with a brilliant solo goal shortly after. Pogba scored once more in the second half from the penalty spot.

Krystian Bielik played the entity of Charlton’s 1-1 draw with Southend United on Saturday.

Southend’s Stephen Humphry’s broke the deadlock in the first-half, before Ben Reeves equalised for the Addicks on the hour mark.

Elsewhere, Kelechi Nwakali was brought on in the 73rd minute as Porto B drew 3-3 with Academico Viseu, while David Ospina and Matt Macey were unused substitutes for Napoli and Plymouth Argyle respectively.

Takuma Asano and Emile Smith Rowe failed to feature for their loan clubs due to injury.

Club announcement

Arsenal away fans to get extra discount

Arsenal fans

Our travelling fans will receive an additional £4 discount on all away Premier League tickets in addition to the league-wide cap of £30 next season

It means away match tickets will be £26 for the fourth successive year.
The decision follows our recent announcement to freeze matchday ticket prices for home supporters next season.
Our managing director, Vinai Venkatesham, said: “We have fantastic support at all our away matches in the Premier League. Our travelling fans invest significant time and money following the team. The additional £4 discount will ensure no Arsenal fan will pay more to support us at Premier League away games than the lowest priced £26 ticket that both visiting and home fans can pay to watch their teams at Emirates Stadium.”