Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta was left delighted after victory at Bournemouth.
Two goals from Martin Odegaard within the opening 11 minutes put Arsenal on course for a third straight win, with William Saliba adding a third just after half-time to maintain their 100% record this term.
Arteta said, “I am very happy. It’s really difficult to come here and win 3-0. So credit to the boys, the way we played, especially the way we started the game and continued to play. It’s not easy and we have a good example when they played Aston Villa how different the game was and how different the game became in some parts of the second half as well.
“At the same time, we have to look at ourselves and in many areas we can still get much better.
“It’s just three games. It doesn’t mean anything, there any still other teams that have to play. What it means is that we have managed to win three games, that we are scoring goals, keeping clean sheets, the team is playing and performing well, competing really well, but it’s about Monday, start training again and start to get better at the other things that we have to do as well, and focus on Fulham.”