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Arsenal’s players responded to their midweek Champions League humiliation to Porto by dispatching a woeful Newcastle United at the Emirates on Saturday evening.

Alan Shearer was clearly disappointed with Newcastle’s performance, but he couldn’t help but appreciate the opposition, particularly Bukayo Saka.

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The 22-year-old scored for Arsenal for the fifth time in a row, bringing his season total to 13, and Alan Shearer described him as a ‘great’ player in an interview with Premier League Productions.

The Premier League’s all-time leading goalscorer admitted that Bukayo Saka caused Newcastle all sorts of problems, including scoring a ‘very clever’ goal after showcasing great skill inside the penalty area.

But it was far from it, as they began the game as if they had been off for the previous ten days, and Eddie Howe’s men just couldn’t keep up with the energy that was established by the opposition.

Finally, Arsenal scored four or more goals in the Premier League, reminding the world that they are not going anywhere in the title race.

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“Once they got the third one, it was just a matter of how many they were going to get or wanted to get,” she added.

“Arsenal’s passing was smooth. Then it’s difficult not to like this guy, despite the fact that he treated Newcastle so poorly. It’s a fantastic finish.

Arsenal strengthens its Premier League title credentials.Given how tight things are at the top, Arsenal’s strong scoring rate is proving to be really important right now.

Out of the three, the London club has the best goal difference, with two points separating third place from toppers Liverpool.

This is a case of whomever blinks first, with any slightest slip-up costing Manchester City dearly against Chelsea last week.

Destiny was in their hands, but now they must earn it the hard way, with Liverpool and Arsenal coming up in their next six league games.