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LONDON---Alexis Sanchez s
superb first-half double helped give
Arsenal a 3-0 win over Manchester
United yesterday in a dominant
display that propelled the London
club into second place in the Pre-
Arsenal decided the game in the
opening 20 minutes after a furious
start at the Emirates. Sanchez s sub-
lime backheel-flick at the near post
opened the scoring in the sixth
minute, and Mesut Ozil doubled the
lead a minute later when he coolly
curled the ball home after being set
up by Theo Walcott.
Sanchez s second was a fierce shot
from the edge of the area in the 20th
after a quick Arsenal passing move.
It was Sanchez s fifth goal in two
league matches after his hat trick
against Leicester last week.
"That 25-minute period, no one
could have dealt with us," said striker
Theo Walcott, who set up Ozil s goal
and was a constant threat with his
pace up front. "That sends a message
to the Premier League that we re
here to be reckoned with."
The Gunners leapfrogged United
into second place with 16 points,
two behind leading Manchester City.
United is just behind Arsenal on goal
United entered the weekend as the
league leader but couldn t cope with
Arsenal s quick passing and high
tempo as the Gunners looked like a
completely different team to the one
that lost 3-2 to Olympiakos at home
in the Champions League in mid-
"We were good because we decid-
ed to start strong, to press high,"
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger
said. "When we do that we can score
goals, we know that."
All three goals came after well-
worked passing moves. For the first
one, Ozil received a pass near the
byline and cut the ball back to
Sanchez, who with his back to goal
flicked it inside the near post. Less
than a minute later, Ozil set Walcott
free on a run down the left. Walcott
drew the attention of four defenders
in the box before passing back to the
unmarked Ozil, who curled in with
his left foot.
The third came after Aaron Ram-
sey combined with Walcott to feed
Sanchez, who ran across the edge of
the area and cut onto his right foot
before firing into the far right cor-
"When you start a game like that,
you can never win a game," United
manager Louis van Gaal said. "We
lost every duel, every second ball.
... And they can play, they re a fan-
In the Merseyside derby, Everton
striker Romelu Lukaku equalised
after Danny Ings opened the scoring
for Liverpool as the game ended 1-
1 at Goodison Park.
The visiting Reds took the lead
with four minutes remaining in first
half, heading home unmarked from
James Milner s inswinging corner.
Liverpool were not ahead for long
though as Everton hit back through
Lukaku, the Belgian taking full
advantage of Emre Can s inability to
clear a Gerard Deulofeu cross.
The result leaves Everton a point
ahead of Liverpool in the Premier
In the day s other match, Christian
Eriksen stunned Swansea with two
brilliant free-kicks after Tottenham
striker Harry Kane had scored a
spectacular own goal.
Eriksen scored an 89th-minute
winner on his previous visit to the
Liberty Stadium and his dead-ball
accuracy spared Spurs blushes in
a thrilling 2-2 draw.
Tottenham dominated for long
periods but could not take their
chances in open play and secure
what would have been a fourth
straight league win for the first
time since January 2014.
Twice, they had to come from
behind after Andre Ayew s header
and then a horrible Kane mistake
had handed Swansea the lead.
Sanchez doubles up as Gunners stun Man U
Everton 1 Liverpool 1
Arsenal 3 Man Utd 0
Swansea 2 Tottenham 2
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