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Welbeck brace lifts mood for Arsenal’s Wenger

London (AFP) – Danny Welbeck’s double fired Arsenal to a 3-0 victory over Bournemouth that lifted the pressure on Arsene Wenger on Saturday. England forward Welbeck struck in either half and also played his part in an Alexandre Lacazette goal at the Emirates Stadium as Arsenal recovered from their thrashing at Liverpool before the international break. Bournemouth offered very little in the way of their own attacking threat as Wenger relieved some of the early-season tension that had been building around the under-fire Frenchman.
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