Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice and Bukayo Saka added another as Arsenal used a second-half surge to beat Newcastle United 3-0 in Premier League action on Monday.

The win gives the Gunners 27 points and moves them back into the top half to the table, leapfrogging Aston Villa into 10th place.

Aubameyang broke the scoreless deadlock in the 50th mintue when he outflanked Newcastle’s defence and powered the ball into the net past keeper Karl Darlow.

Saka doubled the lead in the 60th minute when he sneaked into the penalty area and finished off a flick from Emile Smith Rowe in front of the net.

It was Aubameyang again for the final score in the 77th minute from close range with an assist from Cedric Soares.

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