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From Thomas Mallows
David Luiz scored the only goal as Arsenal edged past Bournemouth in Emirates Stadium to move up to third in the Premier League.
Luiz glanced home Nicolas Pepe corner for his first goal since his summer arrival.
Bournemouth went close through Callum Wilson and enhanced after the break, however they seldom bothered Bernd Leno in the Arsenal goal.
The Gunners go over Leicester, Burnley and Crystal Palace while Bournemouth remain 10th.
These opportunities bookended a game of few chances, although pierre-Emerick Aubameyang went close in the opening phases and hit the post late on.
Bournemouth offered little as an attacking threat, but with Arsenal they could apply some pressure at the final stages.
Joshua King was prevented by Just a last-ditch tackle from Matteo Guendouzi by turning a very low cross by Callum Wilson, who fired directly at Leno at stoppage time.
Even though they were far from their best, a fourth win of the season means Arsenal go into the international break in the Champions League areas having lost just once in eight league games.
But while Unai Emery must be pleased with the way his side battled to the triumph, hell understand there is still room for improvement, with a failure to score a second goal this game was much closer than it might have been after their first-half performance.
Emerys side started brightly and went close inside the opening five minutes when Aubameyang fired wide after good work.
They did not have to wait considerably longer to open the scoring, however, together with Pepes corner from the ideal finding Luiz at the post, along with his flicked header went into the back corner past Aaron Ramsdale.
Arsenal believed they had claims for a penalty when Pepe went down under a challenge by Diego Rico, but the appeals were waved away by Martin Atkinson, together with his decision.
The Gunners then faded badly in the second half, as his side showed 10 changes in the 4-0 Europa League success on Standard Liege on 33, however tiredness can not be blamed by Emery.
Emery responded by bringing on 18-year-old Gabriel Martinelli for Pepe, who has just 1 aim in 10 appearances because his club record #72m signing move from Lille in the summer.
Martinelli, who scored two goals in Thursdays triumph revealed flashes of quality and fired a curling effort over from just inside the area, but that was an attritional success rather than one assembled on attacking flair.
Bournemouth have seen joy in matches against Arsenal, dropping all their previous trips with an aggregate score of 13-2 into the Emirates and taking four points from eight encounters.
There were positive indications for Cherries fans in the opening stage here , as they rarely threatened the Arsenal backline.
Bournemouths very first chance has been a Dominic Solanke header in the corner that went wide, among just two touches during the initial 45 minutes.
To compound matters, Eddie Howes side looked vulnerable with Luiz, to set-pieces.
It means that the south-coast club remain without a clean sheet this year and have only one shutout in their last 12 matches extending back into the effort.
That will be of clear concern to Howe, however, he will be pleased with the response of his players after the rest.
They had a decent chance early in the second half when Callum Wilson found himself on target, but the England striker was attracted after rounding Leno wide and Calum Chambers managed to clean his cross.
While Philip Billing curled an effort wide from space as Arsenal clung on leno then had to be attentive to trick Jack Staceys cross-shot within the pub after a pass from Harry Wilson.
Though Howe will wonder why it took his gamers 45 minutes to shock into actions that strong finish will be a positive to take away to your visitors.
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