Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's Goal Against Chivas Will Blow Your Brain To Smithereens

Could fans believe again this season?

Some good news for the Gunners in their game against Mexican team Chivas last night, in which they won 3-1 and saw some new and old faces shine. 

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain put to bed criticism about his finishing ability with an unbelievable goal, which he took past two defenders before striking it with his left in to the bottom corner.

Arsenal's new man Rob Holding also struck gold, scoring his first goal for the team with a set piece winner. The third goal was from Chuba Akpom who did excellently on loan to  Hull last season. 

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North London fans may be ready to believe in a title win again after their disappointment in missing out last season. 

Good win tonight to finish the US tour. Thanks to all the fans out here for all the love 🙌🏾 until next time.... #ArsenalUSA

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