Emery 'very happy' with Welbeck after match-winning brace for Arsenal

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Outclassed in the first half and trailing to two Danny Welbeck goals, the Bees were excellent after the break and Alan Judge's superb free-kick hauled them back into the game.

But it was Welbeck who took the initiative in the first-half.

Wednesday marks the first time that Arsenal and Brentford have played each other since 1947, when the Gunners won 1-0 at Griffin Park. When he's playing with a performance like today, he's helping the team.

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"He's a great player, we see it every day in training and he's had lots of great performances in the under-23s", Welbeck told Arsenal's official website. The outcome was in the balance having looked a stroll in the park for the Premier League side. The 27-year-old has scored four goals in six appearances for his club this season.

Danny Welbeck opened the scoring for the Gunners in the fifth minute with a header inside the box following a quick and clever shot-corner.

"There are three things".

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That showed me that club had faith in me, <
blockquote>We also spoke about my development and the boss was clear that I remain at the club and not go out on loan.

"I know they have the past year of their contract with the team and they are working on speaking with the club, but for me, the focus is only on the performance in each match and every training".

With Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette ahead of him in the pecking order at Arsenal, Danny Welbeck finds himself in a situation that will very much remind him of his time at Manchester United.

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It was straightfoward for Arsenal up to that point - but Brentford made them sweat after the restart.

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