Arsenal come out with a major win against West Ham and remain in the golden square

LONDON: Arsenal maintained fourth place in the English Premier League by winning 2-1 in away to West Ham United thanks to a header by Brazilian defender Gabriel at the London Stadium on Sunday. Arsenal temporarily dropped to fifth after Tottenham Hotspur’s victory today, before regaining their qualifying position for the Champions League next season. Arsenal scored their third consecutive win, bringing it to 63 points in 34 games, two points behind Tottenham, with four rounds to go. West Ham United, seventh in ranking, he moved away from the semifinal, with 52 points and only three games, and the focus will be on facing Eintracht Frankfurt in the second leg of the European League final. After a cautious start, Arsenal had more ball possession, leading defender Rob Holding with a header from Bukayo Saka’s corner kick in the 38th minute. West Ham equalized before half-time after Jarrod Bowen fired a powerful ball from close range and shook goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale. Defender Gabriel scored the winning goal in a level summit in London. (Reuters)