By Amir Mir
Hector Bellerin took to Twitter to praise Arsenal’s 4-1 win over Hull on Saturday afternoon and hailed Granit Xhaka’s wonder strike.
Arsene Wenger’s side recorded their third straight victory at the KC stadium, marked by an Alexis Sanchez double, and goals from Theo Walcott and Xhaka in stoppage time.
Right-back Bellerin, who played the full 90 minutes praised the team’s performance, highlighted the difficulty of the away ground and lauded Xhaka for his thumping strike.
“Good team performance from the boys today,” Bellerin wrote on his personal Twitter account. “What a goal by Granit. Difficult ground to come to and take three points.”
Here is Bellerin giving his verdict on Arsenal’s victory and praising Xhaka on his personal Twitter account.
— Héctor Bellerín (@HectorBellerin) September 17, 2016
The win against Hull takes the Gunners into third place with ten points after five games, despite Wenger’s team only picking up one point from their opening two Premier League encounters.
The north London club travel to Championship side Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night for the EFL Cup.
Wenger then takes on Antonio Conte’s Chelsea at the Emirates on Saturday evening, with their London rivals level on points with Arsenal.
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