Eddie Nketiah scored his first Premier League hat-trick as Arsenal hammered Sheffield United 5-0 at Emirates Stadium on Saturday.
The England forward struck his first on 28 minutes when he expertly collected Declan Rice's threaded ball from behind his body and slotted home.
He doubled the advantage five minutes into the second half with a thumping effort into the roof of the net from close range, then fired a 25-yard shot into the top corner to complete his hat-trick.
Substitute Fabio Vieira made it 4-0 from the spot late on after VAR adjudged Oliver Norwood to have fouled him inside the area.
Takehiro Tomiyasu, a second half substitute, also got in on the act when he poked home from a corner in stoppage time to round off the scoring.
Victory extended Arsenal's unbeaten start to the season and lifted them up to second in the table, two points behind north London rivals Tottenham, while the Blades are bottom with only a lone point after 10 matches.