Olivier Giroud denoted his come back to the Arsenal side with a two goals as Sunderland were decimated 4-1 in the Premier League.
The France forward – who was left on the seat for the last two matches taking after a plunge in structure and some unwanted features about his private life – scored twice in the first half as the Gunners put the midweek Champions League thrashing to Bayern Munich behind them. Club-record marking Mesut Ozil was given a rest from the squad.
Czech playmaker Tomas Rosicky changed over an overall worked third, preceding protector Laurent Koscielny headed home from a corner right before the hour.
Sunderland, who meet Manchester City in the Capital One Cup last at Wembley one weekend from now, snatched a relief through a 25-yard drive from substitute Emanuele Giaccherini – yet Gus Poyet’s men remain profound into a bad situation in relegation zone.
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