The Gunners laboured for large periods against Paul Lambert's Premier League strugglers before hitting three goals in the final 15 minutes to secure a flattering 3-0 win on Sunday.
"In the first half, we weren't really doing that".
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The group added: We are proud to be Jews and proud of everyone who attended, whether they were Jewish or not. Blair served as British Prime Minister between 1997-2007, and led the Labor party for 13 years.
But Butland could do nothing to stop Aubameyang turning home his second of the afternoon, before Lacazette converted from the spot after he had been shoved over by Ndiaye. His presence did not have a significant effect initially, but Arsenal seemed to have found some of their usual zip in the attack.
Arsenal also came close with Aubameyang but his chip was denied by Jack Butland.
Moses gave the ball away and when the ball was worked to the Dane he took aim and fired a right-foot shot from 30 yards that dipped over Caballero who was playing in place of the injured Thibaut Courtois. The Gunners could be without Petr Cech as he recovers from his groin injury. The Stamford Bridge club are looking to replace Allegri's fellow countryman Antonio Conte after their own poor season, which will still have been better than our own if we do not win the Europa League.
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Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates after scoring a penalty against Stoke at the Emirates on Sunday.
"Then they started to get a grip and I think the players in midfield started to get hold of the game". And against opponents with another priority, relegation-threatened Stoke had dared to dream of a bonus but Arsenal sparked towards the end, with the introduction of the fit-again Lacazette on 61 minutes providing some of the impetus.
There were times when the Emirates appeared nearly half empty, though the fans that did show up were treated to a 3-0 victory over Paul Lamber's relegation battlers; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struck twice - once from the penalty spot - before Alexandre Lacazette rounded off the victory with a spot kick of his own. The north London club hosts CSKA Moscow in the first leg of their Europa League quarterfinal on Thursday.
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