Arsenal cruised to victory over BATE Borisov in their final Europa League group game as Arsene Wenger's fringe players made another case for Premier League involvement.
With top spot in Group H already assured, the Gunners made light work of the Belarusian champions in front of a record-low Emirates Stadium crowd.
While the official figure was 54,648, it appeared less than 30,000 fans were present to see Arsenal run riot with an emphatic and easy 6-0 win.
Mathieu Debuchy's second goal for the club...
Theo Walcott scored twice and Olivier Giroud notched his 100th Arsenal goal as the Londoners secured a second successive Europa League win, triumphing 4-2 at BATE Borisov.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger gave a first senior start to young midfielder Joe Willock and also named Ainsley Maitland-Niles and forward Reiss Nelson in his XI.
And after an opening spell in which Arsenal dominated possession, Willock was involved as they fashioned the first chance.
It came when he found Jack Wilshere and the...