By Harvey Byrne
Arsenal fans were delighted on Twitter with winger Theo Walcott after his performance against Basel on Wednesday evening.
The 27-year-old forward started the match against the Swiss side and played for 75 minutes, bagging two goals in the Gunners 2-0 victory.
Walcott picked up from where he left off in previous fixtures after bagging two goals in his last two games against Hull and Chelsea.
Fans of the north London club were pleased with what they saw from the England international and they went onto social media to hail the attack minded player.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
#AFC truly fantastic in first half. Pace, movement & incision, Basel chasing shadows. Walcott and Sanchez immense. More of the same please.
— James Faux (@JACF72) September 28, 2016
— James Bradshaw (@Thegooner27) September 28, 2016
It's early days (and they've certainly proven me wrong), but Alexis and Walcott have built quite the partnership up front. #afc
— Phil Costa (@_PhilCosta) September 28, 2016
— james lambert. (@James_Lambert_) September 28, 2016
He scores when he wants to. We are seeing a rejuvenated and transformed Theo Walcott! #AFC
— FATIMA BUKAR MALLUM (@fmallum) September 28, 2016
Walcott shutting up all the people, including me who put him down. What a shift he has put in I the past few weeks. Hope it continues! #afc
— Krishh (@Krishh_Konar) September 28, 2016
— Dharmesh Mistry (@dharm_mistry29) September 28, 2016
Walcott moved to the Emirates Stadium from Southampton in 2006.
He initially started as a striker, converting to a winger, but he clearly hasn’t lost his eye for goal.
The forward has made seven appearances for the north London side in the new campaign, scoring three goals.
He has helped Arsene Wenger’s side start the season in impressive form with the north London club sat in third place in the league with 13 points from their opening six matches.
Arsenal face newly promoted Burnley next and they will see it as a good opportunity to continue their run.
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