Europa League results last night between Arsenal vs BATE Borisov ended with the score 6-0. Jack Wilshere also contributed a goal in the massacre at the Emirates Stadium on Friday, December 7, 2017. In addition he has Mathieu Debuchy, Theo Walcott, Olivier Giroud, and Mohamed Elneny who add the party.
Arsenal have certainly come out as champions of Group H since last matchday fifth. But Arsene Wenger's men are still eager to win when they meet the weakest team BATE. In fact it only took 11 minutes for them to rip the visitors' goalkeeper guarded goalkeeper Denis Scherbitski.
Chalum Chambers long pass taken Theo Walcott, then he handed it to Mathieu Debuchy. The right-back rocket shot into the far corner of the BATE goal entered. The hosts looked very sharp with keys at Wilshere and Walcott.
Three chance of the Gunners streak via Elneny, Walcott, then Giroud is still raw. But no one can resist the increase in the benefits of Arsenal in 37 minutes. Nemanja Milunovic bad sweep actually led to Walcott who from a distance of several yards just scored his second team.
Three minutes before halftime, Jack Wilshere also recorded his name on the scoreboard with his slick shot. This is the midfielder's first goal since May 2015 after so many injury problems. Arsenal looked convincing and wrapped up four more goals in the second half.
Suicide Dzianis Polyakov due to efforts to stop a Walcott cross into Arsenal's fourth goal. Then, Milunovic violated Walcott in the forbidden box. Olivier Giroud fired a penalty in the 64th minute; and the score enlarged again.
Mohamed Elneny ensured the score 6-0 with a curling shot on 14 minutes ahead of dispersal. Arsenal had a party, and showed their weight after a number of European elite clubs from the Champions League, descending the throne into the Europa League's last 32.
Arsenal (4-2-3-1): Ospina; Debuchy, Chambers, Holding, Maitland-Niles; Coquelin, Elneny (Willock 78); Walcott (Nelson 71), Wilshere, Welbeck (Nketiah 78); Giroud
BATE Borisov (4-2-3-1): Scherbitski; Rios, Polyakov, Milunovic, M. Volodko; Berezkin, Dragun; Gordeichuk, Ivanic (Yablonski 77), Stasevich (Tuominen 69); Rodionov (Signevich 56)
Goal: Mathieu Debuchy 11; Theo Walcott 37; Jack Wilshere 42; Dzianis Polyakov bd 51; Olivier Giroud 64 penalty; Mohamed Elneny 76