Arsenal returned to winning ways on Saturday afternoon with a vital 2-1 victory at Huddersfield Town.
A deflected strike from Alex Iwobi gave the Gunners the lead inside the opening 20 minutes.
Striker Alexandre Lacazette then doubled the lead shortly before half-time, converting a pinpoint cross from Ainsley Maitland-Niles.
Unai Emery made three changes during the second half, introducing Mohamed Elneny, Denis Suarez and Joe Willock.
However, full-back Sead Kolasinac’s late own goal in stoppage time gave the hosts brief hope to rescue a point at the John Smith’s Stadium.
The win was the Gunners’ first league victory on the road since their 2-1 win against Bournemouth back in November.
Here’s how we rated Arsenal after the win:
Bernd Leno - 6
Had little to do but made a smart save from Adama Diakhaby early in the second half.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles - 7
The youngster put in a solid display and capped his performance with a fine assist in the first half.
Laurent Koscielny - 7
The Gunners’ captain made numerous vital blocks and helped ease pressure on the backline.
Nacho Monreal - 6
Despite a shaky start, Monreal put in a solid performance at the heart of the defence.
Shkodran Mustafi - 5
Making his 100th appearance for the club, Mustafi struggled throughout.
Sead Kolasinac - 7
Despite a late own goal, the wing-back again looked assured in a back five and provided his fifth assist of the season in the first half.
Lucas Torreira - 6
Began the contest well but seemed to lose his energetic presence as the game went on and was replaced on the hour mark.
Matteo Guendouzi - 6
Again done the simple things well and kept his cool in a hostile environment.
Alex Iwobi - 8
The attacker produced an excellent display after his early opener and proved to be a menace for the Huddersfield defence all afternoon.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan - 6
For a first game back after nearly two months out, the playmaker produced a solid display and could have got on the scoresheet in the first half.
Alexandre Lacazette - 8
Without regular strike partner Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the forward led the line excellently and was rewarded with his goal shortly befoe the break.
Mohamed Elneny - 5
Solid enough for the final 30 minutes but seemingly stole a superb chance for Alexandre Lacazette to make it three.
Denis Suarez - 6
The creative midfielder looked calm and impressive on the ball for the final 15 minutes as Unai Emery continues to ease him into action.