By Kieran Gill for MailOnline
Published: 14:23 BST, 17 August 2019 | Updated: 14:24 BST, 17 August 2019
Arsenal have made it two wins from two to kick-start their Premier League season after holding off a resilient Burnley side at the Emirates on Saturday.
Alexandre Lacazette broke the deadlock through sheer determination as he muscled off his man at a corner before squeezing a shot through the legs of Nick Pope inside 13 minutes. However, Sean Dyche's men capitalised on a quick counter-attack minutes before the break as Ashley Barnes equalised from inside the area.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang then superbly restored Arsenal's lead as he ran at the Clarets defence before powering a low, hard shot past Pope from outside the box to make it 2-1. Unai Emery's men held on to secure all three points in north London.
Match report to follow
The Gabon international fires a low, hard shot from outside the area after Dani Ceballos (centre, back) won the ball for Arsenal
Aubameyang watches along with three Burnley defenders as his shot ripples the back of the net in the second half