Arsenal beat West Brom 2-zero on the Emirates closing evening to verify they maintained their 100 in line with cent unbeaten house file this season because of a brace from Alexandre Lacazette.
This consequence sees the Gunners transfer as much as 7th on 10 issues – six issues behind present leaders Manchester United and Manchester City.
But the sport may have panned out otherwise had Jay Rodriguez been awarded a primary-part penalty following Shkodran Mustafi’s clumsy take on.
Tony Pulis’ side additionally hit the submit and had a transparent probability cleared of the road by means of Nacho Monreal.
And even though Keown admits Arsenal are making improvements to, he reckons they are nonetheless a protracted way off the highest two at the present time.
He additionally insists referee Bobby Madley performed an element of their victory over West Brom.
“You have to mention [it was] a certified efficiency from Arsenal – the referee performed a big section and I am certain Tony Pulis may have one thing to mention about that,” Keown stated.
“Arsenal picked up 3 necessary issues however they are some way behind the highest two within the Premier League at the present time.
“There are little partnerships construction within the staff.
“Kolasinac seems to be in point of fact robust on this side. Ramsey is enjoying with self belief, Lacazette seems to be a risk and Sanchez is again within the staff and seems to be satisfied to be so. That is a plus for Wenger.
“I did not have any query marks over Sanchez this night. He simply likes to play soccer. He is a pride to look at.”
Up subsequent for Arsenal is a Europa League conflict with Bate Borisov on Thursday (6pm).