The £52 million summer signing from Frech Ligue 1 club Lyon has now netted in each of his league matches at home league after grabbing the first goal against West Brom, the France international striker Alexandre Lacazette is off to a fantastic start to life at the Emirates Stadium.
After netting a goal in the 20th minute of the clash against West Brom on Monday night, the French ace now has scored in his first three Premier League games at home since joining the North London club from Olympique Lyon over the summer transfer window.
Alexander Lacazette is the first Gunners player to score in his first three league matches at home for the Emirate club in the English Premier League era, with Brian Marwood back in September 1988 the player last to do so for the North London club.
With the goal scored earlier in the match against West Brom, the Gunners have scored in all 23 of their English Premier League clashes with the Baggies, which is the best winning streak against an opponent in the Premier League league.
The Frenchman will be hopeful he can replicate his goalscoring form at home away from the Emirates Stadium, with his disallowed goal against Stoke earlier in the season the closest he has come to breaking his away goal drought duck.