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Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, hailed his two goalscorers after his side beat West Ham 2-1 on Sunday. Rob Holding and Gabriel scored for the Gunners as they moved back above Tottenham into fourth place in the Premier League table.

Arsenal came out on top in a feisty encounter at the London Stadium. Holding opened the scoring in the first half with his first-ever Premier League goal.

Jarrod Bowen equalised just before half-time, with his effort deflecting in off Gabriel. But it was Gabriel who put Arsenal back in front.

Less than 10 minutes into the second half, the Brazilian joined Holding on the scoresheet for Arteta’s side. Holding was named man of the match by the Sky Sports commentary team for his defensive display as well as his goal.

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The former Bolton defender came into the side in place of the injured Ben White. And Arteta was keen to single out the 26-year-old after the match.

Speaking to BBC Sport, Arteta said: “I am really happy, especially for Rob Holding as he hasn’t played the number of minutes he deserves.

“He was a man of the match. He is always there when we need him.”

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