Here, we take a look at some of the best pictures from the weekend.
Gabriel bleeding after an ‘accidental’ elbow to the temple against Preston. Sometimes footballers do literally give blood, sweat and tears for their job.
Here is a scantily clad man taking a selfie while watching Everton v Leicester, which the toffees lost 2-1. Why is he taking it? Who is he? Could he feel his genitals by the end of the game? Did he bring a jumper? All valid questions, which no one knows the answer to.
Iconic. Wenger in the fog, probably while we were still 1-0 down.
Wenger and Simon Grayson exchanging a bit of banter in the dugout.
A foggy park match, which took place ahead of Arsenal’s match against Preston.
— Chuba Akpom (@cakpom) January 6, 2017
Chuba Akpom made his return after his back injury for Arsenal’s u23s against Derby on Friday (that still counts as the weekend, right?). Arsenal won 2-1.
The draw for the fourth round of the @EmiratesFACup takes place at around 7.10pm (UK time) tomorrow
Which team do you want us to play next? pic.twitter.com/Ha9EMkIz7Z
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) January 8, 2017
Lucas Perez holding Giroud’s face after he scored our winning goal against Preston, making him the luckiest man in the world. Lucas got the assist.
There are few things that please me more than seeing Mark Hughes exasperated at his side, Stoke’s, FA Cup performance against Wolves, which they lost 2-0.
Danny Welbeck made his first appearance for Arsenal since May against Preston. It’s good to have him back.
It has to be Olivier Giroud scoring our winning goal against Preston North End after we went 1-0 down in the seventh minute. The France international once against saved the day during the final few minutes of the game and secured Arsenal’s progression to the next round of the FA Cup.