Arsenal sealed St Totteringham’s Day with all three points at Hull on Monday night in comprehensive fashion.

Naming an unchanged lineup, the Gunners put on their best flat-track bully routine to ensure that, yet again, Tottenham will not be able to finish above Arsene Wenger’s men.

First half goals via two deflections and a cool Sanchez finish as he ran on to a laser-guided pass from Ramsey capped off a first 45 which saw Arsenal full of confidence and stroking the ball around in a manner that most struggle to cope with. They could, and perhaps should, have had more by the break.

Hull weren’t without a threat of their own in the first half, spurning opportunities on two occasions, but it was thanks to their ex-Spurs contingent that Arsenal were able to capitalise on their own scintillating play.

Tom Huddlestone, not content with being robbed once, was dispossessed on two separate occasions in the lead up to Arsenal scoring while Jake Livermore committed the foul that led to the first via Alexis Sanchez’s free-kick and a deflection off Michael Dawson’s head.

Arsenal's French midfielder Francis Coquelin (L) celebrates Arsenal's Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez's goal during the English Premier League football match between Hull City and Arsenal at the KC Stadium in Hull, north-east England, on May 4, 2015. AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF
Arsenal’s French midfielder Francis Coquelin (L) celebrates Arsenal’s Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez’s goal during the English Premier League football match between Hull City and Arsenal at the KC Stadium in Hull, north-east England, on May 4, 2015. AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF

Ramsey’s trap for the second, from a delectable Santi Cazorla pass was pure football porn, his turn and finish, via another deflection, was everything his skill deserved.

HULL, ENGLAND - MAY 04: Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal (L) scores their second goal as Robbie Brady of Hull City attempts to block during the Barclays Premier League match between Hull City and Arsenal at KC Stadium on May 4, 2015 in Hull, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
HULL, ENGLAND – MAY 04: Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal (L) scores their second goal as Robbie Brady of Hull City attempts to block during the Barclays Premier League match between Hull City and Arsenal at KC Stadium on May 4, 2015 in Hull, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Arsenal haven’t conceded a first half goal in their last 14 Premier League matches.

Hull City's English goalkeeper Steve Harper (R) watches as Arsenal's Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez scores his second goal during the English Premier League football match between Hull City and Arsenal at the KC Stadium in Hull, north-east England, on May 4, 2015. AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF
Hull City’s English goalkeeper Steve Harper (R) watches as Arsenal’s Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez scores his second goal during the English Premier League football match between Hull City and Arsenal at the KC Stadium in Hull, north-east England, on May 4, 2015. AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF

The second half started in a similar vein but it was Hull who pulled one back in the 57th minute after Lee Mason let a heavy challenge on Laurent Koscielny by David Meyler go and they were able to cross to Stephen Quinn who found the net with a very good header. It was something Mason did a lot of.

Arsene Wenger was incensed.

Although Hull threatened on a few further occasions, a comeback never really looked likely and Arsenal held them off comfortably, only struggling at the odd cross.

At the other end, Arsenal fashioned a number of chances through some electric football but were unable to cap the game off with a  fourth,

Full time: Hull 1 (Quinn) Arsenal 3 (Sanchez x 2, Ramsey).

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