The Gunners were back to firing on all cylinders on Tuesday evening as they beat Hull City 4-0 at the KC Stadium, extending their undefeated run in the Emirates FA Cup, which now stretches back to the 2013/14 season.

A slow start saw the scoreline remain goalless for a large part of the first half until a mistake from David Meyler in the 41st minute was pounced on by Olivier Giroud, as he recorded the first goal of the game with a slotted finish under the Hull goalkeeper.

In the second half, the FA Cup holders ensured there would be no slip-ups, as Giroud went on to net another goal, and after a poor performance, captain Theo Walcott still managed to get himself on the scoresheet with a brace in the remaining 15 minutes of the game.

Arsenal will now go on to face Watford in the quarter-final on Sunday afternoon at the Emirates Stadium, with a win meaning they’ll take a short trip across London to Wembley Stadium for the third season in a row, to play their 7th game there in only three seasons, undefeated in them all.

Here’s what we learnt from the Gunners’ crushing victory over the Tigers.

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