Harry Kane's hilarious double-assist to both start the move that led to Arsenal's third goal and his sliding tackle to provide the final assist has resulted in a few of the papers laughing at him, along with millions of Arsenal fans.
Arsenal battered Tottenham on Sunday at the Emirates to finish the weekend above their north London rivals, so how did each Arsenal player rate?
Join Stephen Bradley as he analyses Arsenal's 1-0 away win over Burnley in the Premier League including why Martin Odegaard is key to any Arteta success
Aaron Ramsdale looks more and more likely to retain the Arsenal number one shirt after just a few games this season for Bernd Leno, but is the German paying for being signed by Unai Emery?
The Mail on Sunday thinks Burnley's penalty against Arsenal should have stood because the referee didn't make a 'clear and obvious' error.
As I was doing some reading this week, I saw an article that claimed, "Lacazette has failed to impress during his time at the Emirates Stadium," and I thought to myself, has he really?
Arsenal finally managed to get their first points of the 2021/22 Premier Season, with a well deserved 1-0 win over Norwich, but what did Mikel Arteta change to secure the points?
Mikel Arteta says he sometimes feels like hitting himself when things don't go well but his comments may have revealed a little more than he intended.
This week, Matthew is joined by Paul to enjoy Arsenal Women's 3-2 win against title rivals Chelsea, and to asses the men's team transfer window.
This week Matthew is joined by Stephen to lament another limp performance against Man City, get quietly excited about yet another signing and what he can bring to the club in terms of balance and bite, while also struggling with office metaphors talking about Willian's surprising painless departure.
Mikel Arteta said that he needed to question himself after Arsenal's latest defeat, but that's something he should have been doing a long time ago.
The summer transfer window has now closed and Arsenal got through a lot more business than you might have been expected at the start of it.
Henry Winter has admitted that, despite being the chief football writer for The Times, he has written tweets for England players - and he's not the only one.
It was six of the best for Arsenal, as they got their first win of the season with a fine 6-0 over West Bromwich Albion in the League Cup last night, but how did they manage it?
Help us Martin Odegaard, you're our only hope: This week, we try to see what lessons can be learned from Chelsea, where our signings fit and ask is Mari the new Cygan?
It was a disappointing first home league game of the season for Arsenal, as they fell to a 2-0 defeat to current Champions League holders Chelsea in the Premier League.
Aaron Ramsdale was announced on Friday night to little fanfare from Arsenal or their fans.
Martin Odegaard is receiving the same treatment from the Real Madrid-friendly press in Spain as Mesut Ozil did when he left the club for Arsenal.
This week, Matthew is joined by Paul and Brentford fan and host of the Sustainababble podcast (@thebabblewagon) Dave Powell (@powellds) to run the rule over any remaining Arsenal pre-season optimism evaporating on day one.
The value of Arsenal's squad has plummeted, dropping them below Leicester and some £200m away from Spurs in what is a damming indictment of how the club has been run.
Mikel Arteta went into this season knowing his job was nowhere near as secure as he would like it to be and with fans back in the stadium, his process needs to start delivering very soon.
Few things drone on more than a man with a chip on his shoulder and that's exactly what Emi Martinez seems to be despite how well it's been going for him.
Arsenal started their 2021/22 Premier League campaign with a whimper, with a 2-0 at Brentford, and it left Stephen Bradley with plenty to analyse.
This week, Matthew and Anita ponder the conclusions that can be taken from Arsenal's pre-season, rank transfer priorities and remember a time when we had more than one creative player on the pitch.
As a special extra to celebrate 300 episodes, an exclusive interview with football writer Ryan Baldi (@RyanBaldiFW) about what he learnt researching his new book ' The Dream Factory: Inside the Make-or-Break World of Football’s Academies'.
The Premier League is back and so are our Arsenal fixtures printable wallcharts!
Celebrate 300 episodes as we look back at the contrasting fortunes of the men's and women's teams against Chelsea, what we can learn from both and where £50m man Ben White fits in.
Darren Berry, author of Clickbait: Life As a Modern Football Fan - a mildly painful chronicle of Unai Emery's one full season in charge of the mighty Arsenal, has written another book.
Arsenal announced Ben White on Friday and we explain what Arsenal be getting for their £50m and why Arsenal fans should be very excited indeed.
Ben White is now an Arsenal player after signing a five year deal as Mikel Arteta seeks to bolster his squad ahead of next season, but what will he add to the team for the £50m outlay?
Stephen is joined by Anita this week to discuss the signing of Albert Sambi Lokonga, Emile Smith Rowe's contract extension and why giving him the number 10 shirt is such a big deal.
Herbert Chapman is an Arsenal legend, but shouldn't he be a footballing one all fans know?
Emile Smith Rowe was finally confirmed as Arsenal's new number 10 when his new contract was announced, so can the 20-year-old outshine some truly great names to have worn the number 10 shirt before him?
Stephen is joined this week by Paul Williams and author Darren Berry, to discuss the acquisition of both Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lokonga by the Gunners.
Join Stephen Bradley as he discusses the addition of Nuno Tavares from Benfica to Arsenal's squad for next season.
Matthew and Anita look back at Italy's shoot-out victory over England, talk selections and send Saka some love taking his first ever professional penalty in England's biggest game in over 50 years.
Arsenal agreed a five-year deal with Nuno Tavares so how much will he be paid and what's his injury history like?
Stephen Bradley flies solo this week, and foremost on his mind is the departure of Matteo Guendouzi.
Arsenal have agreed a deal to sign Albert Sambi Lokonga, so who is he, how long will they sign him for and what will he earn?
This summer's transfer window is the biggest that Arsenal have faced in their recent history after finishing eighth at the end of the 2020/21 Premier League campaign.