Arsene Wenger finally returned to winning ways in the league after a miserable mid-week outing at the Liberty stadium with a 5-1 rout over Everton on Aubamayang debut. The Gunners were in explosive form thanks to superb home debuts from their new signings and a midfield master class from Aaron Ramsey. The game was a witness a rebirth of Mhikitaryan with the Armenian attacker recording a Hatrick of assist. The Armenian became the first person to record three assists
 After Santi Cazorla who recorded 4 against Wigan in 2013.
Arsene Wenger handed starts to new signings Mkhitaryan and Aubamayang as the Frenchman opted to go for a 4-2-3-1 formation after a disappointing display at the liberty stadium that saw the London team give away an early lead to concede first post Sanchez loss. The former Dortmund teammates however combined to rip Everton apart before the first interval. Arsenal began the game in a dominant manner and where immediately rewarded with a goal as Aaron Ramsey give the host the lead as early as 6 minutes with Mkhitaryan being on the assist sheet. Two Successive goals from Laurent Koscienly and Aaron Ramsey ensured that Arsenal where 3 goals ahead within the first 20 minutes of action. Aubamayang finally recorded his first goal of the Premier league as the former Dortmund striker combined with former teammate and Arsenal player Henrik Mkhitaryan to make it 4-0 6 minutes from interval. Calvert-lewin got a consolation for the visiting team while arsenal completed the rout 14 minutes from the end of the game. Mhikitaryan and Ramsey combined to bag both hatrick of assist and a hatrick of goals to wrap up a perfect day at the Emirates.
 The win have brought the London side dreams of a top four finish alive with 5 points separating them from Liverpool and Chelsea. Arsenal now have a strikeforce capable of taking on any team in the country and while their top-four hopes may still be faint, anything now seems possible with their new dynamic duo, Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan.