"From Mesut Ozil today, it's a very good performance", Emery said.
Not Unai Emery, though he definitely deserves lauds for revamping the squad, even when many had a big hank about his tack.
"When you improve your demands are very high".
Both sides have won their opening two Group E fixtures and the winners will take control of the group ahead of the return match at the Emirates Stadium next month. "This feeling together is very good". Captaining the north London club for the first time, Ozil was at the heart of his side's best attacking play, including a superb assist for the third goal. "I think we are going to continue tactically how usually we are doing, but for the next matches it could be a possibility to do that [use a back three]".
Stephan Lichtsteiner was deployed at left-back against Leicester City on Monday night and Emery has been resting Hector Bellerin in Europe this season so Jenkinson could be set for a rare run out tomorrow.
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Pablo Sarabia and Luis Muriel twice reduced the deficit to two for Sevilla , either side of a sweeping volley from Ivan Rakitic . Sevilla did indeed have one back in the 79th minute when Sarabia's deflected effort found a route past Ter Stegen .
Emery's side have received praise for several team goals they have scored as a result of sweeping team moves this season - with Mesut Ozil describing it as "sexy football".
The 3-1 Premier League victory over Leicester on Monday night saw Arsenal make it 10 wins in a row.
Lacazette slid a ideal ball back into Ozil's path and he crossed for Aubameyang, who easily tapped home at the far post. Both scored 29 Premier League goals during their career, with the latter scoring his goals for Manchester City and Southampton.
However, it seems supporters weren't the only ones salivating over Ozil's defence-splitting passes, deft flicks and ridiculous first touch.
Because, although I do not almost see Emery's team in the same tier as City, Liverpool or Chelsea, over the next few weeks, I could very easily change my mind.
Wilfred Ndidi hit the crossbar for Leicester with the scores level in the second half and was also the closest player to Rob Holding when the Arsenal defender got away with a clear handball inside the box early in the game.