• Interim manager celebrates his first victory in charge
• Manuel Pellegrini admits he is worried about Hammers

Freddie Ljungberg warned his players not to get carried away after a spectacular comeback against West Ham boosted the Swede’s hopes of landing the Arsenal job on a permanent basis.

Ljungberg earned his first win as Arsenal’s interim coach after a nine-minute burst that will force West Ham to reconsider Manuel Pellegrini’s position as manager. Pellegrini’s side led at half-time thanks to a goal from Angelo Ogbonna but the visitors secured their first victory in 10 matches thanks to strikes from Gabriel Martinelli, Nicolas Pépé and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

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