Arsenal's Club Record Signing,lacazette score on his debut — Watch

Arsenal's Club Record Signing,lacazette score on his debut — Watch

He is a footballer that has split fans.

Yet Giroud has his supporters too.

It was really all Arsenal from there with Sydney barely touching the ball outside of their own half.

Lacazette netted within 15 minutes of coming off the substitutes' bench to mark his arrival for a club-record fee in style.

Both camps have their points.

The Gunners' skipper Per Mertesacker scored the first goal before the break with an acrobatic finish.

Arsenal have signed Alexandre Lacazette and Sead Kolasinac so far this summer as Wenger looks to further strengthen his team ahead of next season.

"He will bring goals and already there is a good chemistry with the rest of the team", Iwobi said in a television interview. After breaking into the box Brillante's shot was tipped across the goal by Petr Cech, the ball was met by Simon who could only hit the post.

As the hosts continued to labour, Wenger's kids partied in the space. Playing as a wing-back, his pace caused problems for Sydney's defenders throughout, and he showed surprisingly good technique when making raids forward. Instead, they need to be clever and canny. And while Giroud welcomes the added pressure, he remains uncertain about extending his five-year stay at the Emirates.

Reiss Nelson was the pick.

Neither the Englishman nor the Spaniard can supply the Toffees with the sort of aerial power offered by the Belgian. What a bargain he might turn out to be. "They got into the game at around 35 minutes and they were finding gaps and they played well".

However, Welbeck has impressed whenever called upon and enjoyed a short run in the team towards the end of last season.

The gamble would be from the Frenchman's side.

Everton, West Ham, Marseille and AC Milan are also monitoring the situation. Who better than Olivier Giroud?

It could be said the 2-0 scoreline in Arsenal's favour flattered the A-League champions as the Gunners amassed 17 shots to Sydney's four, ensuring Sydney FC keeper Andrew Redmayne was the busiest player on the field.