Fulham boss Ranieri confident beating Arsenal to Chelsea captain Cahill

Arsenal manager Unai Emery

Arsenal manager Unai Emery

Following the hugely disappointing 5-1 defeat away to Liverpool, Arsenal managed to bounce back against Fulham, and Aubameyang and Lacazette will be delighted to have added to their tallies.

Granit Xhaka broke the deadlock in the first half when the Switzerland global got on the end of Alex Iwobi's cross.

Lacazette had put Arsenal two goals in front following Granit Xhaka's opener but was substituted for Aaron Ramsey after Aboubakar Kamara had halved the deficit.

"Today was the first time we could play with Sokratis [Papastathopoulos], [Shkodran] Mustafi and [Laurent] Koscielny".

"But we need more balance defensively, we need to work, to prepare for the second half of the season and we need to do better tactically and we are going to".

Yankees agree to deal with Tulowitzki
According to Passan, Tulowitzki is expected to play shortstop for NY while Didi Gregorius recovers from Tommy John surgery . MLB Insider Jeff Passan reported Tuesday night the shortstop has a deal in place with the New York Yankees .

The report suggests that the 30-year-old would prefer to try to win over Emery, while Ozil is also confident that opportunities will be given to him due to the club's potential hectic schedule in different competitions.

"I understand the supporters", he said.

Alexandre Lacazette doubled the home side's lead when he completed an impressive passing move in the 55th minute to extend the north London outfit's advantage.

Fulham are reportedly close to securing a deal for Chelsea defender on loan for the rest of the season.

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