...and it's mostly thanks to new boys Theo Walcott, Granit Xhaka and Skkodran Mustafi.
Theo Walcott has been talking about his partnerships with Sanchez and Bellerin.
Vincent Janssen was the loser but the Tottenham manager made a decision that won the game.
Jurgen Klinsmann has played down speculation linking him to the England manager's job.
Because you can be as good as anyone, but if you wear gloves when it's cold, you're scum.
He's said it before and he will say it again - he's totally committed to Bournemouth.
Phil Brown says Sam Allardyce's exit as England manager is "almost like a bereavement".
It's been a busy September for Southgate. He won't admit it publicly, but he wants the England job.
Sunderland's club doctor has resigned in the aftermath of the Patrick van Aanholt saga.
Presumably the other 5% is down to the Gunnersaurus. Wenger is impressed with Theo.
Barnsley have suspended assistant manager Tommy Wright. It doesn't look good for Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink or Massimo Cellino.
Why did you expect him to use a different word? Rodgers thought Celtic were "outstanding".
Guardiola admits Man City learned a valuable lesson after coming from behind three times to draw at Celtic
England surely want him, but they may very well not get him. Wenger is committed to Arsenal.
Pep Guardiola's run of wins is over, after a pulsating, wonderful 3-3 draw against Celtic. Outstanding, you could say.
Theo Walcott scored twice as Arsenal beat Basel 2-0. It could have been eight.
It's definitely a band of unlikely or unpleasant brothers. Oh no. Definitely not...
"It's crazy how people are just looking to trap people now," says West Ham winger called up by Allardyce.
"It could happen to any of us in high-profile sports positions," says Steve McClaren. Erm, no, it couldn't.
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