Arsenal were deserving winners for their brighter play though this was hardly a contest that teemed with high quality. It means the Gunners have a first Premier League victory at Manchester United since 2006 and Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s 100th match as manager ended with a 24th reverse and lingering questions due to disappointing form: this was Arsenal’s first three points for a month to move them to 12 and eighth position, United have only seven from six outings and are a lowly 15th.

After a minute’s silence to mark Remembrance Day and the death of Nobby Stiles on Friday, Solskjær made two changes to the XI that trounced RB Leipzig 5-0 as Donny van de Beek and the suspended Anthony Martial were stood down for Scott McTominay and Bruno Fernandes.

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