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Arsenal pulled off a comeback away at West Ham to end their nine-match winless streak as Freddie Ljungberg enjoyed his first taste of victory as interim manager at the expense of his former club West Ham.

Eighteen-year-old sensation Gabriel Martinelli marked his full Premier League debut by side-footing an equaliser to cancel out Angelo Ogbonna’s deflected first-half opener at London Stadium.
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Within nine minutes, Nicolas Pepe had curled a magnificent second into the top corner to bag his first goal from open play and as usual  Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang grabbed his goal to make in 3-1 and provide a 2 goal cushion.

The salvo turned the game on its head and piled the pressure on West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini, whose side have taken four points from their past nine league games and conceded three times in three successive home games.

The Hammers remain a point above the relegation zone in 16th and face a trip to third-bottom Southampton on Saturday. Arsenal move up two places to ninth.


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